By Yun Hang Hu
content material: CONTENTS; PREFACE; 1. SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FERRITE fabrics FOR THERMOCHEMICAL CO2 SPLITTING utilizing focused solar power; ANDREA AMBROSINI, ERIC N. COKER, MARK A. RODRIGUEZ, STEPHANIE LIVERS, LINDSEY R. EVANS, JAMES E. MILLER, AND ELLEN B. STECHEL; 2. PHOTOCATALYTIC relief OF CO2 utilizing H2 AS REDUCTANT OVER reliable BASE PHOTOCATALYSTS; KENTARO TERAMURA AND TSUNEHIRO TANAKA; three. CO2 SPLITTING through THE sun THERMOCHEMICAL CYCLE in accordance with ZN/ZNO REDOX REACTIONS; PETER G. LOUTZENHISER, ANTON MEIER, DANIEL GSTOEHL, AND ALDO STEINFELD; four. HYDROTHERMAL CONVERSION OF CO2 INTO VALUE-ADDED items: a possible expertise for making improvements to worldwide CARBON CYCLE; FANGMING JIN, ZHIBAO HUO, XU ZENG, AND HEIJI ENOMOTO; five. ELECTROCATALYTIC relief OF CO2 TO SMALL natural MOLECULE FUELS ON steel CATALYSTS; WENZHEN LI; 6. CO2 CHEMISTRY AT NANKAI staff: CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF CO2 INTO VALUE-ADDED chemical substances; LIANG-NIAN HE, ZHEN-ZHEN YANG, AN-HUA LIU, AND JIAN GAO; 7. OXIDATIVE DEHYDROGENATION OF ETHANE TO AND
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