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Stéphane Abanades and Isabel Villafan-Vidales CO2 valorisation based on Fe3O4/FeO thermochemical redox reactions using concentrated solar energy International Journal of Energy Research 37

Article first published online: 2 FEB 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/er.1953

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A solar thermochemical process to recycle and upgrade the CO2 emissions has been experimentally demonstrated. CO2 is dissociated by two-step solar chemical looping with iron oxides for the production of synthetic fuels. Thermogravimetric analysis showed the high reactivity of solar-produced FeO with CO2 to generate CO that can be further processed to syngas and liquid fuels by catalytic processes. The process thus converts low-grade feedstock to high-value solar fuels.

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