Cambridge researchers develop supercapacitor that absorbs CO2 while it charges

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Co-authors Israel Temprano and Grace Mapstone | Credit: Gabriella Bocchetti © University of Cambridge
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Co-authors Israel Temprano and Grace Mapstone | Credit: Gabriella Bocchetti © University of Cambridge

The technology aims to speed up carbon capture and storage innovation, at a much lower cost

Researchers from the University of Cambridge claim to have developed a low-cost supercapacitor that can selectively capture carbon dioxide (CO2) gas while it charges. The device is about the size of...

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