Universität Rostock, 2015
Abstract: The CO2 adsorption capacities at room temperature have been investigated by comparing carbon nanotubes, fullerene, graphenes, graphite and granular activated carbons. It turned out that the amount of the micropore surface area was dominating the CO2 adsorption ability. Another promising class of materials for CO2 capture and separation are CaO derived from the eggshells. Two aspects were studied in present work: a new hybrid materials synthesized by doping the CaTiO3 and the relationship between physisorption and chemisorption properties of CaO-based materials.
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