Research develops new way to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from air
Researchers have developed a new technology to capture Carbon Dioxide (CO2) from a stream of air.
According to the researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT) said, the new method could suck out the gas even when it was present in very low concentrations.
MIT researchers said that the device alternated between charging and discharging cycles.
During the charging cycle, they said that fresh air was fed into the system, and concentrated carbon dioxide was blown out during the discharging.
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The new technology can work on gas at virtually any concentration level.
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They added that the new method required significant energy, and could even suck out the greenhouse gas at the roughly 400 parts per million currently found in the atmosphere.
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