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Capacitance Assisted Sustainable Electrochemical Carbon Dioxide Mineralisation.

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Summary of "Capacitance Assisted Sustainable Electrochemical Carbon Dioxide Mineralisation."

An electrochemical cell comprising a novel dual-component graphite and Earth-crust abundant metal anode, a hydrogen producing cathode and an aqueous sodium chloride electrolyte has been constructed and used for carbon dioxide mineralisation. Under an atmosphere of 5% carbon dioxide in nitrogen, the cell exhibited both capacitive and oxidative electrochemistry at the anode. The graphite acted as a supercapacitive reagent concentrator, pumping carbon dioxide into aqueous solution as hydrogen carbonate. Simultaneous oxidation of the anodic metal generated cations which reacted with the hydrogen carbonate to give mineralised carbon dioxide. Whilst conventional electrochemical carbon dioxide reduction requires hydrogen, this cell generates hydrogen at the cathode. Carbon capture can be achieved in a highly sustainable manner using scrap metal within the anode, seawater as the electrolyte, an industrially-relevant gas stream and a solar panel as an effectively zero-carbon energy source.

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Name: ChemSusChem
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