Monday, 4 January 2010

Supercritical solution for global warming...

An article about CO2 capture and storage has been published in Nature Geoscience recently [1]. The storage of the CO2 is said to be in supercritical state, however only the pressure is above the critical point and therefore the system is not fully supercritical but in a compressed liquid state [2].
Geological carbon storage

Mike J. Bickle

Storage of the carbon dioxide that is produced by burning fossil fuels is one way to avoid the damaging consequences of climate change. A range of observations suggests that geological carbon storage is much less risky than unabated carbon emissions to the atmosphere.
Enjoy the article!

Yours comments are welcome!

[1] Geological carbon storage
[2] Phenomenal fluids

You may also want to read:
[3] Capturing carbon
[4] Putting the carbon back: The hundred billion tonne challenge
[5] Tracing carbon dioxide's fate underground
[6] Solubility trapping in formation water as dominant CO2 sink in natural gas fields

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