Researchers develop fast carbon storage using CO2 hydrates

Tech Explorist July 9, 2024, 01:00 PM UTC

Summary: Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have developed a faster carbon storage method using CO2 hydrates, achieving a sixfold increase in formation rate. This chemical-free process simplifies large-scale carbon storage, making it a universal solution. The technology, utilizing magnesium as a catalyst, is compatible with seawater, potentially revolutionizing carbon capture globally. The breakthrough also has applications in desalination and gas storage.

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