Scientists from Massachusetts have learned to convert carbon into fuel

To date, there are at least several technologies for "storing" atmospheric CO2. However, the researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) went further. They have learned how to convert the carbon dioxide from fuel to TPP into raw materials, which can then be processed into fuel for cars and aircraft, as well as in other substances.

Dr. Xiao Yoo Woo, together with Ahmed Guniem and engineering professor Ronald Crane, developed a membrane system based on the compounds of lanthanum, calcium and iron oxide, in which carbon dioxide (CO 2) is converted to monoxide-CO.

process itself occurs at a temperature of 990 ° C. It is very important that the SB continues its "path" through the membrane until it is on the opposite side. This can be achieved with the help of the vacuum,

An alternative to costly technology can be used in the field of hydrogen or methane, difference for "pumping" oxygen atoms through the membrane.

The resulting carbon monoxide can be used directly as a fuel, and in combination with hydrogen, water or a mixture thereof, to produce a liquid hydrocarbon fuel and other valuable chemical products, methanol, synthesis gas, etc.

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