Chemical absorption materials that potentially can be used for post combustion carbon dioxide capture are discussed. They fall into five groups, alkanolamines, alkali carbonates, ammonia, amino acid salts, and ionic liquids. The chemistry of the materials is discussed and advantages and drawbacks are mentioned. References to review papers, papers with experimental data, and papers describing the thermodynamic modelling of the systems are given.
|Title of host publication||CCS Power Plants|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|