Carbon Dioxide Converted Graphene Gives Harmful CO2 Emissions a Positive Purpose
This innovation by Carbon Upcycling Technologies (MC# 989301) converts dangerous carbon dioxide emissions directly into nanoparticles for use in the concrete, coatings, plastics, pharma, energy storage, and renewable industries. Through an IP-protected process, graphitic nanoplatelets (GNPs) and graphene derivatives are created by using waste CO2 combined with inexpensive solids such as graphite, fly ash, petroleum coke, etc. The produced nanoparticle powders can be used in everyday materials, additives in plastics, coatings, epoxy, adhesives, concrete, and lithium-ion batteries.
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