Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology

Cover image for Vol. 6 Issue 3

Edited By: Professor M Mercedes Maroto-Valer and Dr Curtis M. Oldenburg

Impact Factor: 1.92

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 25/50 (Engineering Environmental); 45/88 (Energy & Fuels); 106/225 (Environmental Sciences)

Online ISSN: 2152-3878

Associated Title(s): Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining, Chemistry & Industry, Energy Science & Engineering, Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, Pest Management Science, Polymer International

Virtual Issue on Carbon Capture

Innovative approaches to CO2 capture

A great deal of research is underway to find effective ways of capturing CO2 from flue-gas and ambient-air sources. Finding a cost-effective solution to CO2 capture that minimises the energy penalty is challenging and requires new, innovative solutions.

In its first two years of publication Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology has published articles on a number of innovative approaches to CO2 capture. From the use of cheap abundant chemicals or waste materials as substrates, to efficient molecular level approaches, or even mimicking nature with a biological approach, this virtual issue highlights a wide range of capture articles published in the journal.

Oxyfuel CFBC: status and anticipated development

E.J.(Ben) Anthony

Recent advances in carbon dioxide capture with metal-organic frameworks

Yangyang Liu, Zhiyong U. Wang and Hong-Cai Zhou

Corrosion coupon evaluation under pilot-scale CO2 capture conditions at an Australian coal-fired power station

Ashleigh Cousins, Alexander Ilyushechkin, Pauline Pearson, Aaron Cottrell, Sanger Huang, Paul H.M. Feron

Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by integration of cement plants, power plants, and CO2 capture systems

Romeo, L. M., Catalina, D., Lisbona, P., Lara, Y. and Martínez, A.

Ca looping technology: current status, developments and future directions

Anthony, E. J.

The recent development of CO2 fixation and conversion by ionic liquid

Zhang, J., Sun, J., Zhang, X., Zhao, Y. and Zhang, S.

Development of adsorbents for CO2 capture from waste materials: a review

Olivares-Marín, M. and Maroto-Valer, M. M.

What chemicals will we need to capture CO2?

Bara, J. E. 

Promoted CO2 absorption in aqueous ammonia

Yu, H., Xiang, Q., Fang, M., Yang, Q. and Feron, P.

Recent advances in carbon dioxide capture with metal-organic frameworks

Liu, Y., Wang, Z. U. and Zhou, H.-C.

Protein-based carbon capture: progress and potential

Drummond, M. L., Cundari, T. R. and Wilson, A. K. Oexmann, J., Kather, A., Linnenberg, S. and Liebenthal, U.

Post-combustion CO2 capture: chemical absorption processes in coal-fired steam power plants

Oexmann, J., Kather, A., Linnenberg, S. and Liebenthal, U

Model verification and evaluation of the rich-split process modification at an Australian-based post combustion CO2 capture pilot plant

Cousins, A., Cottrell, A., Lawson, A., Huang, S. and Feron, P. H.M

Solution processable polymer-based nanocomposite coatings for large-area carbon capture and conversion

Ashley, M., Ramidi, P., Magiera, C., Ghosh, A., Bontrager, T., Scott, T. G., Blackburn, G., Dervishi, E., Biris, A. S., Wang, T., Bayer, I. S. and Biswas, A

Synthesis of cyclic carbonates from CO2 and diols via electrogenerated cyanomethyl anion  

Wang, H., Wu, L.-X., Zhao, J.-Q., Li, R.-N., Zhang, A.-J., Kajiura, H., Li, Y.-M. and Lu, J.-X