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Laboratory News: Accidental carbon capture a real success

"A simple process to capture carbon dioxide directly from the atmosphere has been discovered accidentally by scientists in the US. Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) were looking at methods to remove environmental contaminations such as sulphates, chromates or phosphates from water. By chance they discovered guanidine, a simple compound, was able to absorb carbon dioxide."

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