Goeppert, Alain; Czaun, Miklos; et al (2011): Carbon dioxide capture from the air using a polyamine based regenerable solid adsorbent
Goeppert, Alain; Czaun, Miklos; May, Robert B.; Prakash, G. K. Surya; Olah, George A.; Narayanan, S. R. (2011): Carbon dioxide capture from the air using a polyamine based regenerable solid adsorbent. In: J. Am. Chem. Soc. 133 (50), S. 20164–20167.
Better CO2 absobtion with a new polyamid.
"Easy to prepare solid materials based on fumed silica impregnated with polyethylenimine (PEI) were found to be superior adsorbents for the capture of carbon dioxide directly from air. During the initial hours of the experiments, these adsorbents effectively scrubbed all the CO2 from the air despite its very low concentration. The effect of moisture on the adsorption characteristics and capacity was studied at room temperature. Regenerative ability was also determined in a short series of adsorption/desorption cycles."