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Mof-based adsorbents promise to cut costs for capturing and storingflare gas Gerald Ondrey

By: Ondrey, Gerald
Subject(s): Energía solar | Metano | Polímeros In: Chemical engineering Vol.123, No.4, 2016: páginas 7-13Abstract: MOF-based adsorbents promise to cut costs for capturing and storing flare gas. - - A technique for making superhydrophobic metals. - - Fe-Free hts catalyst. - - First commercial-scale gas fermenter in U.S. to break ground. - - Recovering rhenium photochemically. - - Optimized version of polymer additive raises PP clarity. - - Engineering bacteria to tolerate higher temperatures. - - Partnership scales up the first ethylene-based methathesis process. - - A new catalyst may reduce costs of catalytic converters. - - Bio-based heat-transfer fluid for solar-thermal applications. - - A new process to make olefins from syngas. - - Making H2 and graphite from methane.
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Holdings: Chemical engineering Vol.123, No.4, 2016: páginas 7-13

MOF-based adsorbents promise to cut costs for capturing and storing flare gas. - - A technique for making superhydrophobic metals. - - Fe-Free hts catalyst. - - First commercial-scale gas fermenter in U.S. to break ground. - - Recovering rhenium photochemically. - - Optimized version of polymer additive raises PP clarity. - - Engineering bacteria to tolerate higher temperatures. - - Partnership scales up the first ethylene-based methathesis process. - - A new catalyst may reduce costs of catalytic converters. - - Bio-based heat-transfer fluid for solar-thermal applications. - - A new process to make olefins from syngas. - - Making H2 and graphite from methane.

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