Special Issue "Nanomaterials in CO2 Capture"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 December 2018).
Interests: exposure assessment; modelling and inequalities; indoor air quality; energy-pollution nexus; transport emission modelling; air pollution dispersion modelling; pollution control and environmental policies; green infrastructure interventions and health mapping; air-climate interactions
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Interests: CO2 capture and storage (CCS); biomass waste to energy via thermo-chemical processes; solid waste recycling technologies for added values; solid waste pollution control and soil remediation
Decarbonizing the global energy supply is a central challenge if the world is to achieve significant CO2 emission reductions necessary to avoid the dangers of climate change. Carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) has been entrusted with about 20% of the reduction in anthropogenic CO2 emission. CO2 capture is essential for CCS, however, most of the current capture technologies are still on their way to commercialization, due to unacceptable economic and environmental impacts. Nano-scale tuning of sorbent materials has been regarded as an approachable way to enhance the efficiency and cost effectiveness of CO2 capture processes. The current Special Issue is, thus, named “Nanomaterials in CO2 Capture” and calls for submissions, including research articles, communications and reviews. The topics that would be covered in this Special Issue include, but are not limited to, nanomaterials (e.g., Calcium based; Magnesium based; Alkali zirconate; Alkali silicate; Hydrotalcite; MOFs; Carbon materials; Solid amine-based; Graphite/graphene-based; Zeolite-based; Silica-based; Polymer-based; Alkali metal carbonate-based; waste derived). Articles focusing on the environmental aspects related to nanomaterials, carbon capture or life cycle analysis will also be welcome.
Prof. Dr. Prashant Kumar
Prof. Dr. Ming Zhao
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- alkali earth based
- alkali metal ceramics
- carbon materials
- solid amine