Extraction of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through engineered chemical sinkage

M. K. Dubey, H. Ziock, G. Rueff, S. Elliott, W. S. Smith, Klaus Lackner, N. A. Johnston

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Abstract

Results of economics and scaling measurements, atmospheric simulations, and laboratory experiments made a strong case to explore CO 2 extraction from air as an advanced CO 2 capture and sequestration technology. The process compared very favorably against renewable sources, e.g., solar, wind, or biomass. This scheme is attractive because it allows CO 2 sequestration without a costly change in the existing infrastructure. It collects the CO 2 from the transportation and other distributed power sources. It also retains carbon-based energy, which continues to be highly cost-effective, and it has the potential of restoring atmospheric CO 2 to pre-industrial levels providing insurance against any large and rapid climate change events in the future.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationACS Division of Fuel Chemistry, Preprints
Pages81-84
Number of pages4
Volume47
Edition1
StatePublished - Mar 2002
Externally publishedYes
Event224th ACS National Meeting - Orlando, FL, United States
Duration: Apr 7 2002Apr 11 2002

Other

Other224th ACS National Meeting
CountryUnited States
CityOrlando, FL
Period4/7/024/11/02

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Solar wind
Insurance
Climate change
Carbon dioxide
Biomass
Economics
Carbon
Air
Costs
Experiments

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  • Energy(all)

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Dubey, M. K., Ziock, H., Rueff, G., Elliott, S., Smith, W. S., Lackner, K., & Johnston, N. A. (2002). Extraction of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through engineered chemical sinkage. In ACS Division of Fuel Chemistry, Preprints (1 ed., Vol. 47, pp. 81-84)

Extraction of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through engineered chemical sinkage. / Dubey, M. K.; Ziock, H.; Rueff, G.; Elliott, S.; Smith, W. S.; Lackner, Klaus; Johnston, N. A.

ACS Division of Fuel Chemistry, Preprints. Vol. 47 1. ed. 2002. p. 81-84.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Dubey, MK, Ziock, H, Rueff, G, Elliott, S, Smith, WS, Lackner, K & Johnston, NA 2002, Extraction of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through engineered chemical sinkage. in ACS Division of Fuel Chemistry, Preprints. 1 edn, vol. 47, pp. 81-84, 224th ACS National Meeting, Orlando, FL, United States, 4/7/02.
Dubey MK, Ziock H, Rueff G, Elliott S, Smith WS, Lackner K et al. Extraction of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through engineered chemical sinkage. In ACS Division of Fuel Chemistry, Preprints. 1 ed. Vol. 47. 2002. p. 81-84
Dubey, M. K. ; Ziock, H. ; Rueff, G. ; Elliott, S. ; Smith, W. S. ; Lackner, Klaus ; Johnston, N. A. / Extraction of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through engineered chemical sinkage. ACS Division of Fuel Chemistry, Preprints. Vol. 47 1. ed. 2002. pp. 81-84
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