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Amine–silica composites for CO2 capture: A short review

Amine–silica composites for CO2 capture: A short review
Amine–silica composite materials for post-combustion CO2 capture have attracted considerable attention because of their high CO2 uptake at low CO2 concentrations, excellent CO2 capture selectivity in the presence of moisture, and lower energy requirements for sorbent regeneration. This review discusses the recent advances in amine–silica composites for CO2 capture, including adsorbent preparation and characterization, CO2 capture under dry and moisture conditions at different CO2 partial pressures, sorbent regeneration, and stability after many cyclic sorption–desorption runs.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S2095495617304655

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