The use of in situ powder X-ray diffraction in the investigation of dolomite as a potential reversible high-temperature CO2 sorbent.

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We report the use of gas sorption experiments and in situ powder X-ray diffraction to study the use of dolomite (MgCa(CO3)2) as a potential reversible high-temperature CO2 sorbent. When dolomite is treated in inert atmosphere at 900 degrees C it decomposes into separate CaO and MgO rich phases and dolomite is never reformed pon CO2 sorption. Gas sorption… (More)

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@article{Readman2005TheUO, title={The use of in situ powder X-ray diffraction in the investigation of dolomite as a potential reversible high-temperature CO2 sorbent.}, author={Jennifer E Readman and Richard Blom}, journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP}, year={2005}, volume={7 6}, pages={1214-9} }