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Making Something Out of Thin Air

News   May 31, 2019 | Original story by Tyler Irving for the University of Toronto.

 
Making Something Out of Thin Air

Geonhui Lee (ECE PhD candidate) operates an electrolyzer capable of transforming dissolved carbonate into CO2 and then into syngas. The device offers a new, shorter path for converting atmospheric carbon into commercially valuable products. Credit: Marit Mitchell.

 
 
 

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