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Themed collection CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage

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Metal halide perovskites as an emergent catalyst for CO2 photoreduction: a minireview

The present minireview summarizes recent advances in the application of metal halide perovskite for CO2 photoreduction.

Graphical abstract: Metal halide perovskites as an emergent catalyst for CO2 photoreduction: a minireview
From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
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CO2 capture enhancement in MOFs via the confinement of molecules

This review focuses on exploring a new approach to improve the CO2 adsorption properties of MOFs by confining small amounts of molecules with different nature, such as: water, alcohols, amines, and even aromatic molecules.

Graphical abstract: CO2 capture enhancement in MOFs via the confinement of molecules
From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
Accepted Manuscript - Review Article

Impact of structure, doping and defect- engineering in 2D materials for CO2 capture and conversion

From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
Review Article

CO2 adsorption mechanisms on MOFs: a case study of open metal sites, ultra-microporosity and flexible framework

In this review the CO2 adsorption mechanisms of MOF-74-Mg, HKUST-1, SIFSIX-3-M, and ZIF-8 are explored, highlighting their preferential adsorption sites, CO2–MOF complex configuration, adsorption dynamics, bonding angle, and water stability.

Graphical abstract: CO2 adsorption mechanisms on MOFs: a case study of open metal sites, ultra-microporosity and flexible framework
From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
Review Article

Understanding the opportunities of metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) for CO2 capture and gas-phase CO2 conversion processes: a comprehensive overview

The rapid increase in the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide is one of the most pressing problems facing our planet.

Graphical abstract: Understanding the opportunities of metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) for CO2 capture and gas-phase CO2 conversion processes: a comprehensive overview
From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
Review Article

Electrochemical reduction of CO2 towards multi-carbon products via a two-step process

The two-step electroreduction of CO2 to multi-carbon products with a high selectivity and production rate of industrial relevance provides an alternative route for converting CO2 to fuels and chemicals.

Graphical abstract: Electrochemical reduction of CO2 towards multi-carbon products via a two-step process
From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
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New approach to consecutive CO oxidation and CO2 chemisorption using Li2CuO2 ceramics modified with Na- and K-molten salts

The addition of alkali carbonates to Li2CuO2 improved the CO oxidation and the subsequent CO2 with a high ratio of captured/released CO2. Materials modified with a single carbonate presented the best enhancement for the removal of both COX.

Graphical abstract: New approach to consecutive CO oxidation and CO2 chemisorption using Li2CuO2 ceramics modified with Na- and K-molten salts
From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Mesoporous silica supported CeO2/Cellulose cathode catalyst for efficient bioelectrochemical reduction of inorganic carbon to biofuels

From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
Open Access Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Dynamics of phase transitions in Na2TiO3 and its possible utilization as CO2 sorbent: a critical analysis

From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Enhanced Methane Conversion using Ni-doped Calcium Ferrite Oxygen Carriers in Chemical Looping Partial Oxidation Systems with CO2 Utilization

From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
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Computational modelling of adsorption and diffusion properties of CO2 and CH4 in ZIF-8 for gas separation applications: a density functional theory approach

Understanding of zeolitic imidazolate framework-8 (ZIF-8) interaction with different gas molecules is crucial when ZIF-8 is used in gas separation.

Graphical abstract: Computational modelling of adsorption and diffusion properties of CO2 and CH4 in ZIF-8 for gas separation applications: a density functional theory approach
From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
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Zeolite-mediated production of cyclic organic carbonates: reaction of CO2 with styrene oxide on zeolite Y impregnated with metal halides

Zeolites impregnated with metal halides as efficient catalysts for cyclic organic carbonate production.

Graphical abstract: Zeolite-mediated production of cyclic organic carbonates: reaction of CO2 with styrene oxide on zeolite Y impregnated with metal halides
From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
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High-temperature CO2 perm-selectivity of yttrium-doped SDC ceramic–carbonate dual-phase membranes

New Y-doped SDC ceramic–carbonate dual-phase membranes were prepared, characterized and evaluated, presenting high CO2 perm-selective properties.

Graphical abstract: High-temperature CO2 perm-selectivity of yttrium-doped SDC ceramic–carbonate dual-phase membranes
From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
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Enhanced visible-light photoreduction of CO2 to methanol over Mo2C/TiO2 surfaces in an optofluidic microreactor

Mixing nanostructured Mo2C with TiO2 appears as a promising strategy for enhanced CO2 photoreduction to methanol under visible light.

Graphical abstract: Enhanced visible-light photoreduction of CO2 to methanol over Mo2C/TiO2 surfaces in an optofluidic microreactor
From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
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Investigation of CO2 single-pass conversion in a flow electrolyzer

This work discusses single-pass CO2 conversion in a systematic study on CO2 to CO flow cell electrolyzers.

Graphical abstract: Investigation of CO2 single-pass conversion in a flow electrolyzer
From the themed collection: CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage
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About this collection

Guest Editors: Professor Rose Amal (The University of New South Wales, Australia), Professor Dermot O’Hare (University of Oxford, UK), Professor Heriberto Pfeiffer (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) and Professor Qiang Wang (Beijing Forestry University, P. R. China)
This collection of papers showcases diverse chemistry and engineering approaches to the global challenge of limiting the rise of atmospheric CO2 concentration through capture, utilization and storage technologies.

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