Analysis and perspectives concerning CO<inf>2</inf>chemisorption on lithium ceramics using thermal analysis

José Ortiz-Landeros, Tatiana L. Ávalos-Rendón, Carlos Gómez-Yánez, Heriberto Pfeiffer

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Abstract

CO2removal from flue gas has been proposed as one of the most reliable solutions to mitigate global greenhouse emissions. Lithium ceramics are among several materials that have potential applications in CO2removal. Lithium ceramics are able to chemisorb CO2in a wide temperature range, presenting several interesting properties. All lithium ceramics present a similar CO2chemisorption reaction mechanism that has been described at the micrometric scale. However, there are several issues that have not been fully elucidated. The aim of this study is to re-analyze different experiments related to the CO2chemisorption on lithium ceramics and to propose how different factors control this process. This study focuses on diffusion controlled CO2chemisorption, which has been shown to be the limiting step of the CO2chemisorption process. Diffusion controlled CO2chemisorption appears to be mainly influenced by the chemical composition of a product's external shell. © Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, Hungary 2011.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages647-655
Number of pages581
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Ortiz-Landeros, J., Ávalos-Rendón, T. L., Gómez-Yánez, C., & Pfeiffer, H. (2012). Analysis and perspectives concerning CO<inf>2</inf>chemisorption on lithium ceramics using thermal analysis. 647-655. Paper presented at Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, . https://doi.org/10.1007/s10973-011-2063-y
Ortiz-Landeros, José ; Ávalos-Rendón, Tatiana L. ; Gómez-Yánez, Carlos ; Pfeiffer, Heriberto. / Analysis and perspectives concerning CO<inf>2</inf>chemisorption on lithium ceramics using thermal analysis. Paper presented at Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, .581 p.
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