In silico screening of carbon-capture materials.

@article{Lin2012InSS,
  title={In silico screening of carbon-capture materials.},
  author={Li-Chiang Lin and Adam H. Berger and Richard Luis Martin and Jihan Kim and Joseph Andrew Swisher and Kuldeep Jariwala and Chris H. Rycroft and Abhoyjit S. Bhown and Michael W. Deem and Maciej Haranczyk and Berend Smit},
  journal={Nature materials},
  year={2012},
  volume={11 7},
  pages={
          633-41
        }
}
One of the main bottlenecks to deploying large-scale carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) in power plants is the energy required to separate the CO(2) from flue gas. For example, near-term CCS technology applied to coal-fired power plants is projected to reduce the net output of the plant by some 30% and to increase the cost of electricity by 60-80%. Developing capture materials and processes that reduce the parasitic energy imposed by CCS is therefore an important area of research. We have… CONTINUE READING
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