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MIT membrane produces fuel from CO2 emissions

A membrane developed by MIT researchers can isolate carbon monoxide from carbon dioxide, allowing polluting greenhouse ...

Researchers at MIT have developed a new membrane-based system that can convert carbon dioxide emissions into useful alternate fuels. The process has been effectively demonstrated on a small-scale and the researchers hope to ultimately adapt the system to conventional fossil Fuel-based power plants.

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Category: Energy

  • Carbon Dioxide
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Energy
  • Fuel
  • MIT
  • Oxygen
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