Structured Adsorbent - Definition, glossary, details

Structured adsorbent is a sorbent material that preferentially traps CO2 while allowing other gases such as nitrogen and water vapour to pass through it. The adsorbent is arranged into a monolithic structure. The favourable balance between hydraulic and transport properties achieved by structured adsorbents significantly increases the gas throughput of the system for a given amount of adsorbent.

Other Terms

Sleipner gas field Supercritical and Ultra-supercritical boiler combustion Slash and Burn
Saline Aquifers Stripper Soil Carbon
Soil Carbon Sequestration Supercritical power plants Sulphur Hexafluoride (SF6)
Smart Grid Super Grid

Power Plant CCS - Glossary

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