With atmospheric environments, atmospheric carbon is the king of crime. And like in the book comics, we think again and again that it is a good way to adapt it.
What we need is something cheap. Adaptable It is a hope that removes enough carbon to make it really different from the atmosphere. Well, Australian scientists can be a new technique.
Researchers at RMIT University in Meliton have developed a technology that converts carbon dioxide gas.
Recovery of the greenhouse gas cycle and finding a way to return to the ground has been a global warming threat since we found it.
We have discovered a new carbon sequestration process, the biomass is growing and dying to accelerate the reactions of underwater gas to pump off the gas into a more volatile CO2 material.
Some are cheap, but quite slow. Others, however, do not offer enough attention to pollutants or help release carbon again.
In the end, we should not think of the expectations of negative emissions to solve our carbon crisis.
However, in recent years there has been a great deal of progress, we would approach environmental solutions.
The new Austrian development technique is not fast enough, it does not require large amounts of pressure (or complex chemical reactions) to rotate carbon dioxide in a solid way.
This trick is found in metallic vein nanoparticles, its role in electrochemical reduction, which moves away the carbon dioxide oxygen in a mild tension.
While the metal nanoparticles of a metal liquid lasts, solid carbon must be built during the sky, improving the efficiency of the process.
Always using metal galley as a solvent, the entire process can be performed at room temperature, with the melting point being very small.
"So far, CO2 has become a very good temperature, which does not change the industry," says RMIT pharmacologist at the chemical chemist Torit Daeneke.
"When using liquid metals as catalysts, gas is able to regenerate carbon at room temperature in an efficient and scalable process."
This is a scalability that can result in emissions. But another result can be given to this process on the other side of other methods; Its product is not necessarily focused on the ground.
"The benefit of the process is that carbon having an electric charge, becoming a superconstruction, can be used as a component in future vehicles," says Dorna Esrafilzadeh, principal writer and engineer.
"The process also produces synthetic fuel, as a sub-product, it can also have industrial applications."
Carbon-based products, for example, the potential of graphene is to revolutionize the future of electronics, as superconductors but as superconductors.
Although engaging only partly, the carbon-based materials industry is worth a lot of money in the future.
It is becoming clear that economic incentives are an issue for environmental concerns as a technological challenge.
Whether it is extracting plastics from oceans or carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, gold paving is needed to achieve success.
"While more research is needed, it is essential for the first carbon to be used for storage," Daenek says.
This study was published Nature Communications.