Poster sessions

Here are the abstracts of some of the posters exposed during CO2 Forum 2014 and 2012
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2014, Poster

Panchal C.B. : Conversion of Captured Carbon Dioxide to Value-Added Alkyl Carbonates using Reactive Distillation Process

B. Panchal, John C. Prindle, Richard D. Doctor and Ajay Madgavkar             E3Tec Service, LLC, Clarksville, MD, 21029, USA Corresponding author email: cpanchal@msn.com Rapidly expanding global market of alkyl carbonates provides a major opportunity for an effective utilization of captured CO2 for manufacturing commodity chemicals.  E3Tec has developed a heat-integrated reactive distillation (HIRD) process using side reactors for converting captured CO2 to a high-value product dimethyl carbonate (DMC).  More than twice the amount of CO2 is converted into DMC than...
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2014, Poster

Parajuli Rishi : Electrochemical Production of Multi-Carbon Organic Chemicals from CO2

Rishi Parajuli (1), Emily Cole (1), Narayanappa Sivasankar (1), Alex Bauer (1), Paul Majsztrik (1), Jerry Kaczur (1), Kyle Teamey (1), Ashby Rice (1)1) Liquid Light, Inc., 11 Deerpark Drive, Suite 121, Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852Corresponding author email: rparajuli@llchemical.com Selective and efficient conversion of carbon dioxide (CO2) to useful chemicals presents both the potential for new, advantaged processes to the mainstream chemical industry and for environmental benefits. Research and development work at Liquid Light, Inc. has shown carbon dioxide can be...
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2014, Poster

Pasquier David : Electroreduction of CO2 to Formic Acid Using Gas Diffusion Electrodes

David PASQUIER (a), Ziad BITAR (a,b), Antoine FECANT (a), Sylvie CHARDON (b), Emmanuelle TRELA-BAUDOT (a) a) IFPEN, Rond-point de l’échangeur de Solaize, BP3, 69360 Solaize, Franceb) Université Joseph Fourier-Grenoble 1-UMR-5250, BP53, 38041 Grenoble, FranceCorresponding author email: david.pasquier@ifpen.fr One of the major challenges of this century is undoubtedly reducing the atmospheric emissions of carbon dioxide. Therefore, over the past decades, CO2 capture and storage (CCS) technologies have received increasing attention. Nowadays, the conversion and utilization of CO2 is being considered as an...
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2014, Poster

Petitjean Hugo : Varying morphologies of zirconia catalysts for structure-activity relationships in dimethyl carbonate synthesis

Aude Rosticher, Françoise Quignard, Hugo Petitjean, Nathalie Tanchoux, and Didier Tichit  Institut Charles Gerhardt, UMR 5253 CNRS/ENSCM/UM2/UM1, Matériaux Avancés pour la Catalyse et la Santé Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie, 8 rue de l’Ecole Normale, 34296 Montpellier Cedex 5, France Corresponding autor e-mail: aude.rosticher@enscm.fr   Using CO2 as a raw material to synthesize chemical compounds attracts attention from policy-makers and chemists. Indeed, the greenhouse gas CO2 is a C1 building block with many advantages: non-toxic, abundant, cheap and renewable [1]....
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2014, Poster

Poisson Guillaume : CO2-based self-assembled material for the selective capture of metals from technological waste

G. Poisson (a), G. Canard (b), F. Fotiadu (a), J. Leclaire (a,c)a) Laboratoire Chirosciences, CNRS, Aix Marseille Université, Centrale Marseille, iSm2 UMR 7313, avenue Escadrille Normandie-Niemen, 13397 Marseille Cedex 20, France.b) Aix Marseille Université, CNRS, CINaM UMR 7325, 13288 Marseille, France.c) Equipe Chimie Supramoléculaire Appliquée (CSAp), Université Lyon 1 – CNRS 5246 ICBMS – Bâtiment CPE 43, bd du 11 novembre 1918-69622 Villeurbanne, Cedex, FranceCorresponding author email: julien.leclaire@univ-lyon1.fr The global demand of rare earth elements (REEs) and other rarest metal is growing steadily due...
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2014, Poster

Savourey Solène : Efficient disproportionation of formic acid to methanol using molecular ruthenium catalysts

Efficient conversion of carbon dioxide to methanol is a key process to reach a methanol economy, based on a closed carbon cycle.[1] Such goal could be achieved by the 6-electron reduction of carbon dioxide or its hydrogenation to methanol. However the electro reduction of carbon dioxide currently suffers from low faradaic efficiency and selectivity, whereas its hydrogenation is limited by the high hydrogen pressure required. An interesting alternative would consist in utilizing formic acid (FA) as a C–H bond shuttle...
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2014, Poster

Segarra Anna M. : Synthesis of dimethyl carbonate by carboxylation reaction catalyzed by hydrotalcites supported on silical lyogel

Anna M. Segarra (a) Jordi Llorca, Ausies , Francesc Medina,a ) University Rovira i VirgiliCorresponding author email:  anamaria.segarra@urv.cat Carboxylation reaction is thus a new, safe, eco-friendly and economic alternative way of valorizing CO2 for use in generating fine chemicals. Some studies have reported on the heterogeneous carboxylation reaction because of the advantages of heterogeneous catalysts over their homogeneous counterparts. A recently published study reported that heterogeneous catalytic materials such as CeO2, SnO2 and pure and modified ZrO2 have catalyzed the direct...
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2014, Poster

Scheiner David : Converting CO2 and H2O into syngas using high temperature heat

David ScheinerNewCO2FuelsCoresponding author e-mail: dscheiner@newco2fuels.co.il NewCO2Fuels (NCF) is developing an innovative, high efficiency, self-sufficient system to produce fuel from CO2 and renewable energy. The core technology is a high temperature driven process that dissociates CO2 and water to produce syngas (mixture of CO and H2), from which different synthetic fuels can be produced. The 40% overall efficiency, from the thermal energy at the input of the system to the chemical energy in the Syngas, is the basis for this economically...
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