NIST Develops New Testing System for Carbon Capture

In a new carbon capture testing apparatus, synthetic air flows through a column. The sorbent traps and captures the carbon molecules. The device measures how fast the sorbent becomes saturated with CO₂. // SOURCE: N. Hanacek/NIST

May 1, 2024

BY National Institute of Standards and Technology



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