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Taking the Petro Out of the Petrochemicals Industry

News   Apr 26, 2019 | Original story by Tyler Irving for the University of Toronto Engineering.

 
Taking the Petro Out of the Petrochemicals Industry

U of T Engineering's Phil De Luna (MSE PhD 1T9) is the lead author of an article in Science that analyzes how green electricity and carbon capture could displace fossil fuels in the production of everything from fertilizer to textiles. Credit: Tyler Irving, U of T Engineering.

 
 
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