Liquid metal electrolysis is the key to a process that turns the atmospheric gas CO2 into a coal-like solid that could make it easier to sequester. The trick for the researchers at Australia's RMIT University was developing a liquid metal catalyst with chemically activated surface properties especially suited to conducting electricity.
RMIT researchers turn CO2 into an easily stored solid
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