Recent Progress and Novel Applications in Enzymatic Conversion of Carbon Dioxide
AbstractTurning carbon dioxide (CO2) into fuels and chemicals using chemical, photochemical, electrochemical, and enzymatic methods could be used to recycle large quantities of carbon. The enzymatic method, which is inspired by cellular CO2 metabolism, has attracted considerable attention for efficient CO2 conversion due to improved selectivity and yields under mild reaction conditions. In this review, the research progress of green and potent enzymatic conversion of CO2 into useful fuels and chemicals was discussed. Furthermore, applications of the enzymatic conversion of CO2 to assist in CO2 capture and sequestration were highlighted. A summary including the industrial applications, barriers, and some perspectives on the research and development of the enzymatic approach to convert CO2 were introduced. View Full-Text
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Long, N.V.D.; Lee, J.; Koo, K.-K.; Luis, P.; Lee, M. Recent Progress and Novel Applications in Enzymatic Conversion of Carbon Dioxide. Energies 2017, 10, 473.
Long NVD, Lee J, Koo K-K, Luis P, Lee M. Recent Progress and Novel Applications in Enzymatic Conversion of Carbon Dioxide. Energies. 2017; 10(4):473.Chicago/Turabian Style
Long, Nguyen V.D.; Lee, Jintae; Koo, Kee-Kahb; Luis, Patricia; Lee, Moonyong. 2017. "Recent Progress and Novel Applications in Enzymatic Conversion of Carbon Dioxide." Energies 10, no. 4: 473.
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