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US start-up develops cost-advantaged process to make high-volume chemicals from CO2
8:09 AM MST | March 5, 2014 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez
Liquid Light (Monmouth Junction, NJ) has unveiled a process for the production of high-volume chemicals from carbon dioxide (CO2), showcasing its demonstration-scale "reaction cell" and confirming the potential for cost-advantaged process economics, the company announced today. Because CO2 is low-cost and readily available worldwide, Liquid Light’s customers can profit from producing high-value chemicals from CO2 "waste," reduce their dependence on oil, and potentially reduce their carbon footprints, the company says Liquid Light’s...
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