Materialism: A Materials Science Podcast
An exploration of the past, present, and future of materials science and engineering.
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Episode 81: New Materials for Carbon Capture

Taylor sits down with Dr. Hayden Evans of NIST and Sir Dr. Anthony Cheetham of UCSB/Cambridge/National University of Singapore to talk about their research on carbon storing materials. Learn what special characteristics makes the materials they are researching well suited for CO2 capture.


Perovskite-related ReO3-type structures

Aluminum formate, Al(HCOO)3: An earth-abundant, scalable, and highly selective material for CO2 capture

Noncryogenic Air Separation Using Aluminum Formate Al(HCOO)3 (ALF)

Exclusive Recognition of CO2 from Hydrocarbons by Aluminum Formate with Hydrogen-Confined Pore Cavities

Hydrogen Storage with Aluminum Formate, ALF: Experimental, Computational, and Technoeconomic Studies

This episode is sponsored by Cal Nano, learn more about their work and services by visiting their website.

This episode is sponsored by Materials Today, an Elsevier community dedicated to the creation and sharing of materials science knowledge and experience through their peer-reviewed journals, academic conferences, educational webinars, and more.

Thanks to Kolobyte and Alphabot for letting us use their music in the show!

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Materialism Team: Taylor Sparks (co-creator,co-host), Andrew Falkowski (co-creator), Jared Duffy (production, marketing, and editing).

Keywords: CO2 Capture Sequestration Carbon Reducing MOF Formate