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Computer model pinpoints prime materials for efficient carbon capture


, : Computer model pinpoints prime materials for efficient carbon capture.

The electric power industry expects eventually to implement carbon capture of emissions in order to reduce greenhouse gases, yet today's best technology eats up 3 percent of a plant's power. UC Berkeley's Berend Smit worked with industry scientists to create a computer model that analyzes the millions of possible porous capture structures, from zeolites to MOFs, to pinpoint ones that can improve energy efficiency, so that chemists can synthesize and test them for future use.

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