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A Review on CO2 Emission, Capturing and Storage


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1. Prakash Gadipelli 31 Jan 2021 na 40 0


Carbon dioxide is Greenhouse Gas (heat trapping gas), climatic conditions changed by the percentage of CO2 values in the atmosphere. Results increasing the temperature of atmosphere increase the sea levels, caused for floods and acidify rain falls. CO2 releases into the atmosphere due to burning non-renewable energy sources (coal, fossil fuel), industries, automobiles etc. balancing the CO2 levels in atmosphere and hydrosphere by the plants and phytoplankton’s (which may absorbs CO2 and give O2) these are the CO2 primary captures. Ocean water more acidic nature due to increase CO2% in the sea (Ocean acidification). Burning issue at present is Global warming, which is by the releases of greenhouse gases into the atmosphereetc. all are the countries focused on this topic, first one is prevention the releases of greenhouse gases and most second one is capturing the CO2 (expensive method). Methods are used, physical, chemical adsorption methods post combustion, oxy combustion and pre combustion methods. Storage important thing, CO2stored in the deep oceans and deep geological formations(formations inaccessible for the escaping Carbon dioxide) capturing CO2in the cement industries, used in the production of clinkering, desalination of water, metal industries and oil fields.


Nonrenewable energy sources, Greenhouse gases, Global warming, Combustion, Geological formations

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