What is it about?
To study high pressure processes, such as those occurring underground during geological sequestration of carbon dioxide, it is necessary to develop techniques and apparatus capable of understanding the chemistry involved, without interfering with it. This paper explains the development of such an apparatus and the initial results obtained using it.
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Why is it important?
To safely and securely store carbon dioxide underground it's important to understand the detail of the chemistry involved. This apparatus, synthesis procedure and experimental results allowed us to begin to understand these processes at relevant conditions. The results are an important input for computer simulations of these processes.
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This page is a summary of: In-situ infrared spectroscopy as a non-invasive technique to study carbon sequestration at high pressure and high temperature, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, August 2016, Elsevier, DOI: 10.1016/j.ijggc.2016.05.012.
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