Sorbent-Based Oxygen Production for Energy Systems High temperature metal oxide sorbents for air separation Dr. Jerry Lins laboratory at Arizona State University will conduct research with focus on studying chemistry of the metal oxide sorbents with improved performance over the similar sorbents previously developed by the industry for air separation at high temperatures. In particularly, the research will be directed towards identifying and characterizing new sorbents with faster oxygen sorption and desorption rate, higher oxygen sorption capacity, and significantly reduced heat of oxygen sorption as compared to those used in the pilot plant tests conducted by the industry.
|Effective start/end date||11/1/14 → 9/30/16|
- DOE: National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL): $265,769.00
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