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  • Refining filters for greener natural gas

    Nanowerk News , 23rd Mar 2017

    (Nanowerk News) Natural gas producers want to draw all the methane they can from a well while sequestering as much carbon dioxide as possible, and could use filters that optimize either carbon capture or methane flow. No single filter will do both, but thanks to Rice University scientists, they now know how to fine-tune sorbents for their needs.

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  • New study defines best materials for carbon capture

    Nanotechnology Now , 23rd Mar 2017

    Subtle adjustments in the manufacture of a polymer-based carbon sorbent make it the best-known material either for capturing the greenhouse gas or balancing carbon capture with methane selectivity, according to Rice chemist Andrew Barron.

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  • Refining filters for greener natural gas

    Health Medicine Network , 23rd Mar 2017

    Natural gas producers want to draw all the methane they can from a well while sequestering as much carbon dioxide as possible, and could use filters that optimize either carbon capture or methane flow. No single filter will do both, but thanks to Rice University scientists, they now know how to fine-tune sorbents for their needs.

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  • Team refines filters for greener natural gas

    PHYS ORG , 23rd Mar 2017

    "The challenge is to capture as much carbon as possible while allowing methane to flow through at typical wellhead pressures," Barron said. "We've defined the parameters in a map that gives industry the best set of options to date."

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  • New study defines best materials for carbon capture, methane selectivity

    Eureka Alert! , 23rd Mar 2017

    Subtle adjustments in the manufacture of a polymer-based carbon sorbent make it the best-known material either for capturing the greenhouse gas or balancing carbon capture with methane selectivity, according to Rice chemist Andrew Barron.

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