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      Separation of CO2from Flue Gas: A Review

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      Separation Science and Technology
      Informa UK Limited

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              Direct experiments on the ocean disposal of fossil fuel CO2

              Field experiments were conducted to test ideas for fossil fuel carbon dioxide ocean disposal as a solid hydrate at depths ranging from 349 to 3627 meters and from 8 degrees to 1.6 degrees C. Hydrate formed instantly from the gas phase at 349 meters but then decomposed rapidly in ambient seawater. At 3627 meters, the seawater-carbon dioxide interface rose rapidly because of massive hydrate formation, forcing spillover of the liquid carbon dioxide from the container. A strong barrier between the liquid carbon dioxide and interaction with the sediments was observed. A pool of liquid carbon dioxide on the sea floor would expand in volume more than four times, forming hydrate, which will dissolve.
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                Journal
                Separation Science and Technology
                Separation Science and Technology
                Informa UK Limited
                0149-6395
                1520-5754
                January 2005
                January 2005
                : 40
                : 1-3
                : 321-348
                Article
                10.1081/SS-200042244
                6db48232-4563-4976-8880-08f8ee0ff7d0
                © 2005
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