O-Tu-Jon-7 Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide to Chemicals and Fuels

Tuesday, June 4, 2013: 11:40 AM
Jones (Galt House Hotel)
Narayanappa Sivasankar1, Emily Cole1, Jerry Kaczur1, Rishi Parajuli1, Kate Keets1, Paul Majsztrik1, Theodore Kramer1, George Leonard1, Prasad Lakkaraju2, Andrew Bocarsly3 and Kyle Teamey1, (1)Liquid Light, Inc., USA, (2)Georgian Court University, USA, (3)Princeton University, USA.
Research studies performed at Liquid Light in association with Princeton University reveal that CO2 can be converted to C1-C4 chemicals by using heterocyclic amine catalysts. Our experiments also indicate the production of CO and H2 in a ratio similar to syngas through the use of proper catalyst and cathode combination.

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