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Sicong Tian, Prof. Jianguo Jiang, Xuejing Chen, Feng Yan and Kaimin Li Direct Gas–Solid Carbonation Kinetics of Steel Slag and the Contribution to In situ Sequestration of Flue Gas CO2 in Steel-Making Plants ChemSusChem 6

Article first published online: 2 AUG 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201300436

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Slagging CO2 off: This paper focuses on cutting down CO2 emissions from its most important industrial sources, steel-making plants, using direct gas–solid carbonation. Direct gas–solid carbonation of steel slag is an alternative route for CO2 capture and sequestration in steel-making plants, as it has the following characteristics: a high CO2 sequestration rate and amount, low raw-material costs, and a large potential for waste-heat utilization.

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