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Reversing Traditional Processes Could Improve Industrial Gas Separation

News   Mar 22, 2021 | Original story from Kyoto University

 
Reversing Traditional Processes Could Improve Industrial Gas Separation

A porous coordination polymer incorporated with amino acid directionally aligned in its pores preferentially adsorbs carbon dioxide to purify acetylene from a gaseous mixture. Credit: Mindy Takamiya/ Kyoto University

 
 
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