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Chemical and Petroleum Engineering|College of Engineering and Applied Science

Research: Nanotechnology

Development of Nanomaterials for Clean Energy Production

Due to their unique characteristics, nanomaterials are being explored in a variety of fields for their applications. The research group has been developing nanomatearils for a number of applications including sorbents, catalysts, and membranes, which are increasingly used as the tools for clean energy productions.

Coal Based Clean Energy Is Not Just a Dream

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Development of Nanomaterials for Clean Energy Production


Development of New Solid CO2 Sorbents

Nanostructured sorbents are being developed for pre-combustion and post-combustion CO2 separations. The objective of the research is to find regenerable, high-capacity, long-life, and low-cost CO2 sorbents with characteristics of nanomaterials.

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Development of New Solid CO2 Sorbents

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