Poster sessions

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

Schmitz Marc : Carbon Dioxide as a C1 Building Block for the Formation of Carboxylic Acids

M. Schmitz (a), T. G. Ostapowicz (a), M. Krystof (a), J. Klankermayer (a*) and W. Leitner (a*)a) Institut für Technische und Makromolekulare Chemie, RWTH Aachen University, Worringerweg 1, 52074 Aachen (Germany)Coresponding author e-mail: marc.schmitz@itmc.rwth-aachen.de Carbon dioxide is becoming an increasingly attractive carbon resource for effective utilization in chemical transformations.[1] In particular, its use as C1 building block in carbon–carbon bond-forming reactions could provide new pathways for the direct synthesis of carboxylic acids and their derivatives. However, the chemical inertness of the...
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2014, Poster

Segarra-Maset Maria D. : Catalytic formation of acrylate from carbon dioxyde and ethene

Maria D. SEGARRA-MASET (a), Coen HENDRIKSEN (a), Benjamin SCHÄFFNER (b) Dieter VOGT(a)a) Industrial Chemistry, School of Chemistry, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UKb) Creavis, Evonik Industries AG, Marl, GermanyCorresponding author email: msegarra@staffmail.ed.ac.uk Research has increasingly focused on the use of renewable materials for the production of industrially important chemicals as an alternative to fossil carbon feedstocks.[1] An appealing carbon source is carbon dioxide (CO2), a cheap, non-toxic and abundantly available C1 building block.[2] Nowadays, the industrial use of CO2 remains restricted to a limited number...
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2014, Poster

Simond Mickaël : CALNESIS, Applied Thermodynamics for Industries

Mickaël SIMOND (a), Jean-Claude NEYT (a)a ) CALNESIS, ICCF, 24 avenue des Landais 63170 AUBIERE CEDEX, FRANCECorresponding author email:  mickael.simond@calnesis.comwww.calnesis.com CALNESIS is a company created in collaboration with the Institute of Chemistry of Clermont-Ferrand (ICCF) which provides services in the field of experimental thermodynamics, with a speciality in energetic measurements. Industries sometimes lack the expertise and equipment necessary to collect important experimental data. CALNESIS offers it own expertise to industry to make these measurements and to provide guidance and training to...
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2014, Poster

Stanbury Matthew : Managanese pyridyl carbonyl complexes: application for selective electro and photocatalysis of CO2 reduction

Matthew Stanbury (a), Jean-Daniel Compain (a), Alain Deronzier (a), Sylvie Chardon-Noblat (a) a) Université Grenoble Alpes, Département de Chimie Moléculaire (DCM), UMR 5250Equipe Chimie Inorganique Redox, BP 53, 38041 Grenoble Cedex 9Corresponding author email: matthew.stanbury@ujf-grenoble.fr These days, the transformation and utilization of carbon dioxide (CO2) is gaining a lot of attention as it can both reduce the environmental impact of CO2 (greenhouse gas effect) and create value-added products (useful chemical raw materials or energy rich products), which are not derived from fossil fuel...
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2014, Poster

Tabanelli Tommaso : Organic carbonates as a new sustainable opportunity for chemicals production

Tommaso TABANELLI (a) Paolo ZIOSI (a) Paolo RIGHI (a) and Fabrizio CAVANI (a) a) Dipartimento di Chimica Industriale “T. Montanari” – Università di Bologna, Viale Risorgimento 4, 40136 Bologna, +39 0512093677Corresponding author email:  fabrizio.cavani@unibo.it Organic carbonates are an important class of molecules with a wide range of applications. They are used for the preparation of industrially useful monomers, polymers, surfactants, plasticizers and curing agents. Moreover their importance as chemical intermediates is continuously increasing. The other peculiarities of this class of compounds are...
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2014, Poster

Touach Noureddine : Electrodes Based Oxide Manganese For Application In Mfcs

N.TOUACH (a,b), S.LOUKI (a,b), F.J. HERNANDEZ FERNANDEZ (a), T.PEREZ DE LOS RIOS (a), V.M.ORTIZ MARTINEZ (a) ,E.M. LOUFTI (b), M. EL MAHI (b). a / School of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Polytechnic University of Cartagena, Campus Muralla del Mar, Murcia, SPAINb / Laboratory of Mechanics, Processes and Industrial Processes, Mohammed V-Souissi University, Rabat, MOROCCOCorresponding author email:  noureddine.touach@yahoo.com Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) provide new opportunities for the simultaneous wastewater treatment and electricity generation. Enhanced oxygen reduction capacity of cost effective metal-based catalysts in...
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2014, Poster

Touhami Dalila : Reduction of CO2 on Pt Using Pyridine as Electrocatalyst at High Pressure

D. Touhami, J. D. Wadhawan, S. K. Haywood, S. I. Rybchenko School of Engineering, University of HullHull, HU6 7RX, United Kingdom.Corresponding author email: D.Touhami@2011.hull.ac.uk   Significant research efforts have been directed towards exploring electrocatalyts for the reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) to fuels and valuable chemicals. The successful approach should involve electron transfer agents that operate near the thermodynamic potential of the reaction to be driven. Most of the reported processes converting CO2 to fuels require large overpotentials which consequently...
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2014, Poster

Uribe-Soto Wilmar : Chemical Valorization Of CO2 From Steel Plants And Coke Ovens

Wilmar URIBE-SOTO (a,b), Jean-Francois PORTHA (a,b), Jean-Marc COMMENGE (a,b), Laurent FALK (a,b) a/ Université de Lorraine, LRGP, Laboratoire Réactions et Génie des Procédés, UMR 7274, Nancy, F-54000, Franceb/ CNRS , LRGP, Laboratoire Réactions et Génie des Procédés, UMR 7274, Nancy, F-54000, FranceCorresponding author email: wilmar.uribe-soto@univ-lorraine.fr The steel industry is the main generator of CO2 among the different industrial sectors. Indeed, this industry is responsible for 30%1 of industrial emissions (6.5 Gt in 20112) corresponding to 6% of CO2 emissions from...
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