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Chemists Step Up Research to Convert CO2 into Feedstocks

5:54 AM MDT | April 29, 2009 | Alex Scott in Doha

Chemists in research groups around the world are stepping up their development of processes that use CO2 as a feedstock, say experts at Süd-Chemie’s (Munich) “Defining the Future Conference” being held this week in Doha. Such technologies could enable the chemical industry to tap into a readily available and cheap resource, as well as reduce industrial emissions of CO2, a greenhouse gas, to the environment. “There is a high level of interest in converting CO2 into chemicals. Now is the time to look for applications,” says...

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