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Carbon Dioxide Capture by Adsorption (review)


The present paper reviews the different types of adsorbents that could be used for CO₂ capture from flue gases. They include carbon-based adsorbents, zeolites, molecular sieves, metal-organic frameworks, hydrotalcite-like compounds and advanced adsorbents. Their possibilities are described and confronted. In particular, it has been demonstrated that classical adsorbent materials need further functionalization or impregnation with different nitrogen-containing species in order to become suitable for CO₂ capture. The different methods for CO₂ capture by adsorption cyclic processes such as Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA), Vacuum Swing Adsorption (PSA), Thermal Swing Adsorption (TSA), Electric Swing Adsorption (ESA) as well as the combination of TSA and chemical reaction, known as Thermal Swing Sorption-Enhanced Reaction (TSSER), are also mentioned in the cited literature.
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Ivaylo Hinkov, Farida Lamari, Patrick Langlois, Moussa Dicko, Chavdar Chilev, et al.. Carbon Dioxide Capture by Adsorption (review). Journal of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy (JCTM), 2016, 51 (6), pp.609-626. ⟨hal-03355471⟩
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