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Summer 2011 REU Poster: Membranes for CO2 Capture

Friday, July 22, 2011 1:30pm - 1:50pm EDT  
Host: Membranes for CO2 capture and separations
By: Scott Winkler and Brandon Abbott, Advanced Functional Membranes REU

Advanced membrane technologies for gas phase separations are a viable option for the energy efficient isolation of CO2 from fossil fuels combustion, natural gas wells, and biomass gasification and water gas shift reactions for hydrogen production.

Polymer membranes are particularly well suited for gas separations based on their adaptable chemistry, porosity control, and high processability for formation of optimized geometries.

This virtual poster session will last 15 minutes, followed by 5 minutes of live discussion with the presenters.

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Presenters

Scott Winkler
Scott Winkler

Chemical engineering major at University of California, Berkeley and Member of the Clemson University Advanced Functional Membranes REU program


Brandon Abbott
Brandon Abbott

Advanced Functional Membranes REU

Chemical engineering major at Mississippi State University and Member of the Clemson University Advanced Functional Membranes REU program


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