The University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering is developing a separation method for ethylene that may result in a purer product while lowering costs for manufacturers. The system uses a porous, crystal filter and copper atoms to extract ethylene from ethane.
U of Pittsburgh studying efficient ethylene separation
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