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Cleaning Natural Gas with Crystals

News   Oct 31, 2018 | Original Story from KAUST Discovery.

 
Cleaning Natural Gas with Crystals

This tailor-made MOF adsorbent removes hydrogen sulfide (yellow and grey) and carbon dioxide (black and red) contaminants from the natural gas stream for a pure methane (blue) product (right side). CREDIT: © 2018 KAUST.

 
 
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