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Vito Enzo Salatino

Splitting of CO2 by a catalyst is similar to thermal splitting of H2O by a different catalyst. Both
reactions require a lot of energy, if used as large scale fuel producers.
When CO is available by splitting CO2, it must be reacted with H2O to produce syngas and then separate H2 and/or hydrocarbons.
Then why do you not study a suitable catalyst to split directly water and produce Hydrogen ? Membranes for O2 and H2 separation are already available.

Vito Enzo salatino

Which are the results of your studies to convert CO2 into fuels ?

Vito Enzo salatino

Any news on this process to split CO2 ?

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