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Sungas Instead Of Syngas: Efficient Coproduction Of CO And H2 With A Single Beam Of Sunlight

Fang-fang Li, Jason S. Y. Lau, Stuart Licht
Published 2015 · Materials Science, Medicine
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The electrolytic coproduction of CO and H2 is achieved from air, water, and a single beam of sunlight rather than from fossil fuels. H2 and CO cosynthesis is driven by a single concentrator photovoltaic to simultaneously drive molten hydroxide and molten carbonate electrolyses. The carbon neutral process captures carbon without the need for the preconcentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide.

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