Nanotechnology could give carbon sequestration the boost it needs

08/3/2009 | Earth2Tech

Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory say nanotechnology could play an important role in geologic carbon sequestration. The researchers say they have determined a way to produce nanoscale magnesium oxide crystals, which could accelerate the process of getting carbon dioxide to attach to a solid and form a carbonate.

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