INTRODUCTION TO CARBON CAPTURE AND SEQUESTRATION

@inproceedings{Smit2014INTRODUCTIONTC,
  title={INTRODUCTION TO CARBON CAPTURE AND SEQUESTRATION},
  author={Berend Smit and Jeffrey A. Reimer and Curtis M. Oldenburg and Ian C. Bourg},
  year={2014}
}
The aim of the book is to provide an understanding of the current science underpinning Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) and to provide students and interested researchers with sufficient background on the basics of Chemical Engineering, Material Science, and Geology that they can understand the current state of the art of the research in the field of CCS. In addition, the book provides a comprehensive discussion of the impact of CCS on the energy landscape, society, and climate as these… 
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