Gallery: NOTT-202: UK Scientists Create Metal-Organic Framework That Ab...


In a collaboration between the University of Nottingham and the University of Newcastle, the Diamond Light Source and STFC Daresbury Laboratory have seen the creation of a metallic porous material that is able to absorb and retain CO2. The metal organic framework, known as NOTT-202a, is part of an ongoing effort by UK scientists to develop new materials for gas storage applications. The development will hopefully play a key part in reducing global emissions through carbon capture.

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