A Lego approach to cleaner coal plants

CHEMICAL engineers from University of New South Wales Sydney have developed technology that could convert carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants into chemical building blocks to make useful industrial products such as fuel and plastics.

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The researchers say this method is cheaper and more scalable to the requirements of heavy industry than what is available today.

Researchers Dr Rahman Daiyan and Dr Emma Lovell from UNSW's School of Chemical Engineering, who carried out their work in the Particles and Catalysis Research Laboratory, showed that by making zinc

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