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CLIMIT-Forskning, utvikling og demo av CO2-håndtering

Coordination polymers as adsorbent for carbon dioxide

Tildelt: kr 6,8 mill.




2002 - 2006


Carbon dioxide is the major atmospheric gas species leading to temperature increase caused by the greenhouse effect. Norway has large resources of natural gas that may develop into a main energy source and carrier for the future. However, to meet present and future environmental demands, CO<sub>2</sub> separation technologies are necessary. Hence, proper materials for reversible adsorption and desorption are important. The present project will, based on solid fundation in oxide/oxidecarbonate/microporou s materials chemistry, focus on a new kind of solid adsorbent that can be used at low temperatures and where the possibility for development of novel adsorbents is large. Coordination polymers represents a class of porous materials with high diversity. Su ch materials are built up by metal atoms linked together by multifunctional organic ligands. The wide structural and chemical diversity of such materials should make it possible to adjust the affinity towards different gases.


CLIMIT-Forskning, utvikling og demo av CO2-håndtering