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CO2 Capture And Sequestration In Stable Ca-oxalate, Via Ca-ascorbate Promoted Green Reaction.
L. Pastero, Nadia Curetti, M. Ortenzi, M. Schiavoni, Enrico Destefanis, A. Pavese
Published 2019 · Chemistry, Medicine
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The increase in the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions related to many anthropic activities is a persistent and growing problem. During the last years, many solutions have been set out, none of them being the ultimate one. Investigators agree on the need of a synergic approach to the problem, in terms of many complementary methods of sequestration that, combined with the reduction of production, will be able to decrease the concentration of the CO2 in the atmosphere. In this work, we explore the use of a green reaction to trap the CO2 into a stable crystalline phase (weddellite) resorting to a multidisciplinary approach. CO2 is reduced and precipitated as calcium oxalate through vitamin C as a sacrificial reductant. Calcium oxalate crystals obtained show a startling good quality that increases their already great stability over a wide chemical and physical conditions' range.
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