479 CO2 Capture by Adsorption: Adsorbents

Wednesday, November 6, 2013: 12:30 PM
Union Square 5 (Hilton)
Adsorption is seen as one of the viable technologies to reduce CO2 emissions. The development of improved adsorbents for CO2 separation from flue gas is considered a key step in carbon dioxide sequestration. The development of adsorbent materials with large capacity, high selectivity, high mechanical strength and hydrothermal stability is crucial. In this session, complementary to its sister session on “processes”, we welcome papers on adsorbents for CO2 capture and separation.

Adsorption and Ion Exchange
Fossil Fuels & CCS (T4G), CO2 Capture (T2)

Yudong Chen
Email: yudong.chen@airliquide.com

Joeri Denayer
Email: joeri.denayer@vub.ac.be

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

12:48 PM
(479b) Evaluating Different Classes of Porous Materials for Carbon Capture
Johanna M. Huck, Li-Chiang Lin, Adam H. Berger, Richard L. Martin, Maciej Haranczyk, Abhoyjit S. Bhown, Karsten Reuter and Berend Smit

1:06 PM
(479c) Carbon Dioxide Separation Using Highly Selective Narrow Pore Zeolite ZK-4
Ocean Cheung, Zoltan Bacsik, Amber Mace, Panagiotis Krokidas, Aatto Laaksonen and Niklas Hedin

1:42 PM
(479e) Molecular-Level Insight Into Unusual Low Pressure CO2 Affinity in Pillared Metal-Organic Frameworks
Nicholas C. Burtch, Himanshu Jasuja, David Dubbeldam and Krista S. Walton

2:18 PM
(479g) Selective Dynamic CO2 Separations On Mg-MOF-74 Pellets At Low Pressures: A Detailed Comparison With 13X
Tom Rémy, Sunil A. Peter, Stijn Van Der Perre, Gino Baron and Joeri Denayer
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