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Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Frontiers | Sequestering CO2 by Mineralization into Useful Nesquehonite-Based Products | Carbon Capture, Storage, and Utilization

Frontiers | Sequestering CO2 by Mineralization into Useful Nesquehonite-Based Products | Carbon Capture, Storage, and Utilization:

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Shale Gas Debate-UK widget added to my pages. NB. CO2 sequestration and use as a raw material in innovative materials

Read more: http://management-related-bsc-mba.blogspot.com/2016/04/shale-gas-debate-uk-widget-added-to-my.html#ixzz46IEilDMP



The struggle control and reduce  ever increasing CO2 gas (and all major green house gases)  is far from over.

Many thanks to The Insitute, IOM3 -Materials World (MW) prompted by their page,"members letters" in particular to F. Glasser and his team at Aberdeen Uni.,Scotland for their work in the "Extraction of CO2 like Sulphur") and CO2 capture in cement and concrete.

Cf. REF's as follows:

1. F.P. Glasser et al. Sequestering CO2 by Mineralization into Useful Nesquehonite-Based Products.
Iom3.org nanocem-cements-future

2. F.P.Glasser et al. Magnesium based cements for CO2 Capture and Utilisation. Cement and Concrete Research.


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