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Serpentine and single stage mineral carbonation for the storage of carbon dioxide

@inproceedings{Valer2008SerpentineAS,
  title={Serpentine and single stage mineral carbonation for the storage of carbon dioxide},
  author={Mercedes Maroto Valer and George W. Alexander},
  year={2008}
}
Mineral carbonation is the formation of stable calcium, magnesium, and iron carbonates from the reaction between the metals in common minerals and carbon dioxide. The benign and long-term nature of this CO2 sequestration option has led to ongoing research efforts. Magnesium silicates such as olivine and serpentine have been the focus of mineral carbonation research for the sequestration of CO2 for over a decade. The aqueous carbonation route has received more attention over simpler solid-gas… 
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