Capture and separation of CO2 from flue gas by coupling free and immobilized amines

Yao Shi, Wei Li
Journal of Environmental Sciences (China) 2002, 14 (4): 451-6
A novel system was proposed for the capture and separation of CO2 from flue gas. In this method, a resin was employed to regenerate the amine capturing CO2 from flue gas at room temperature. The feasibility for the resin to regenerate amines such as MEA, MAE, TEA, and ammonia was demonstrated. It was also discovered that the resin could be regenerated by hot water.

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