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molecular sieve can reduce harmful gas emissions and recycle

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molecular sieve can reduce harmful gas emissions and recycle

molecular sieve can reduce harmful gas emissions and recycle
molecular sieve can reduce harmful gas emissions and recycle

Research from Gas emissions and recycle

Researchers in China and Spain have made a rare breakthrough in finding solutions to industrial pollution. Molecular sieve is a very cost-effective microporous silicate. This new environmentally friendly material is highly porous and extremely stable. It is best ideal for use with pollutant-cleaning systems such as catalytic converters, a finding that could lead to significant progress in reducing global emission levels.

Currently, molecular sieves are able to extract copper from ores accompanied by high emissions of nitrogen oxides and are a sustainable solution for gas extraction and purification, optimizing natural processes used in industry. This process not only filters nitrogen oxides from the emitted gas, but also recovers and concentrates these raw materials, which can used as a starting point for other valuable materials, such as nitric acid.

Molecular Sieve Testing of gas emissions and recycle

The principle of NOx technology is the physical binding of NOx to a specially prepared molecular sieve matrix in order that the filtered gas were recovered cheaply and easily in concentrated form. “The best part is that the molecular sieve is intact in the process and can be used again,” Krajete said. “Converting exhaust gases into valuable materials is a sustainable principle.” If the process proves successful in this case, large plants are already talking about recovering NOx in copper production. 14 square kilometers of buildings could be constructed dedicated to NOx recovery.

molecular sieves are microporous silicates with catalyst, cation exchange, and absorbent properties3 comprising a multidimensional, interconnected system of ultra-large pores that are opened through windows created by 16 and 14 silicate tetrahedra. The ICMM researchers say molecular sieves are made from low-cost materials that help remove volatile organic compounds (VOCs). This feature makes it excellent compared to other MOFs and other molecular sieves.

The unique material is three-dimensionally stable and has a greater ability to store or react with macromolecules than previously existing molecular sieves. The researchers applied a new dimensional chain silicate to a three-dimensional strategy instead of building the network directly. molecular sieve is a stunning and revolutionary material with an extremely large pore system capable of withstanding incredibly high temperatures. Despite having a density similar to water, 1 gram yields 1000 square meters, which when unfolded covers the surface area inside a football field.


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