Technology make carbon dioxide gas to Liquid fuel

Technology make carbon dioxide gas to Liquid fuel

Houston, USA - US experts have developed a new technology that can convert carbon dioxide gas into liquid fuel, causing environmental and global warming.

The good news is that if this method is successful on a commercial scale, the days are not far when the revolutionary effects on the chemical industries will also be. This technology produces formic acid that can be used for countless tasks.

Rice University experts in Houston have devised a multi-faceted methodology that goes beyond traditional methods, according to a report published in the journal Nature Weekly. In general, liquid electrolytes such as salt solutions have been used to remove carbon dioxide. Then energy is added to the salts, but in the process a thick soup of formic acid is made, which makes it difficult to escape.

The new technology used solid electrolytes in place of liquid containing a metal substitute called bismuth. With this technology, carbon dioxide can be converted into a large amount of fuel. Initial experiments conducted in the laboratory have found a fuel rate of 42% compared to carbon dioxide, which is a huge achievement.