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New material efficiently captures carbon dioxide

Researchers have developed a new material that can selectively capture carbon dioxide molecules and convert them into useful organic products. The researchers, including those from Kyoto University, Japan, said that the new material has high affinity towards carbon dioxide molecules, and can rapidly and effectively convert it into useful organic materials. The study, published in the journal Nature Communications, noted …

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New Material Captures Carbon Dioxide and Efficiently Converts It to Useful Organic Materials

This new absorbent polymer has propellant-shaped molecular structures that capture CO2, and efficiently convert the CO2 into useful carbon materials. Credit: Illustration by Mindy Takamiya 2 Molecules and efficiently convert them into useful organic materials at Kyoto University, along with colleagues at the University of Tokyo and Jiangsu Normal University in China. They describe the material in the journal Nature …

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Humanity did not live until 1965 with a carbon dioxide-rich atmosphere

Scientists reconstructed the carbon dioxide content of the earth when analyzing paleogenic carbonates found in the ancient loess plateau. Picture credits: Dr. med. Yige Zhang A new study involving a Texas A & M University researcher has shown that people have never lived under the high carbon content atmospheric conditions that have become the norm on Earth for the past …

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 7th Generation Test: Solid business notebook with excellent battery life

Valentina Palladino There are some people who would never buy a ThinkPad and others who are in the main Lenovo family of business Every time the company makes an update. The latest version will not be an exception, even if the associated updates are relatively small. The seventh-generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon will look familiar to ThinkPad fans, and in this …

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China's data centers produce as much carbon emissions as 21 million cars

China's data center industry is among. 3% and 5% of total global electricity, and rival the airline industry in terms of carbon emissions. China's data center industry is among the world's largest and last year consumed just over 2% of the country's power, according to a report by Greenpeace and the North China Electric Power University. China is outpacing the …

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Facts about the carbon footprint: What you need to know

But what exactly is a carbon footprint? And how is it related to the climate crisis? Here are some answers. What is a carbon footprint? A carbon footprint is basically the total amount of greenhouse gas emissions caused by a person, organization, event or product. Greenhouse gases are the gases in the atmosphere that cause the "greenhouse effect" and contribute …

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Watch as a harmful cloud of carbon monoxide spills out of the burning Amazon

The Amazon Rainforest burns thanks to hundreds of forest fires caused by humans. Now NASA has discovered a gigantic cloud of harmful carbon monoxide (CO) rising from the flame into the atmosphere. In terrifying new images on the NASA website, you can see how the cloud develops between August 8 and 22. The images are from a satellite-based instrument called …

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Carbon Monoxide from Brazil Fires from NASA Satellite

This time series shows carbon monoxide related to fires in the Brazilian Amazon from 8 to 22 August 2019. The data are from the Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS) of NASA's Aqua satellite. Images show carbon monoxide at an altitude of about 5,500 meters. Each "tag" in the series is created by averaging measurements for three days. Photo credits: NASA / …

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NASA AIRS maps carbon monoxide from Brazil fires

New data from the NASA Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS) aboard the Aqua Satellite, shows the movement high in the atmosphere of carbon monoxide connected with fires in the Brazilian Amazon. This time Series maps carbon monoxide at an altitude of 18,000 feet (5,500 meters) 8-22nd August 2019. As the series progresses, the carbon monoxide cloud grows The northwestern Amazon region …

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