Turning carbon dioxide back into coal

Turning carbon dioxide back into coal

Researchers have used liquid metals to turn carbon dioxide back into solid coal, in a world-first breakthrough that could transform our approach to carbon capture and storage.

08 March 2019

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08 March 2019

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