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Developments on carbon dioxide reduction: their promise, achievements, and challenges

Developments on carbon dioxide reduction: their promise, achievements, and challenges
Developments on carbon dioxide reduction: their promise, achievements, and challenges
CO2 reduction processes continue to be developed for electrosynthesis, energy storage applications, and environmental remediation. A number of promising materials have shown high activity and selectivity to target reduction products. However, the progress has been mainly at a small laboratory scale, and the technical challenges of large scale CO2 reduction have not been considered adequately. This review covers recent advancements in catalyst materials and cell designs. The leading materials for CO2 reduction to a number of useful products are presented with their corresponding cell and reactor designs. The latest efforts to progress to industrially relevant scales are discussed, along with the challenges that must be met for carbon dioxide reduction to be a viable route for mass scale production.
Carbon dioxide reduction, Electrosynthesis, Energy storage
2451-9103
88-98
Perry, Samuel
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Leung, Pui Ki
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Wang, Ling
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Perry, Samuel
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Perry, Samuel, Leung, Pui Ki, Wang, Ling and Ponce De Leon Albarran, Carlos (2020) Developments on carbon dioxide reduction: their promise, achievements, and challenges. Current Opinion in Electrochemistry, 20, 88-98. (doi:10.1016/j.coelec.2020.04.014).

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CO2 reduction processes continue to be developed for electrosynthesis, energy storage applications, and environmental remediation. A number of promising materials have shown high activity and selectivity to target reduction products. However, the progress has been mainly at a small laboratory scale, and the technical challenges of large scale CO2 reduction have not been considered adequately. This review covers recent advancements in catalyst materials and cell designs. The leading materials for CO2 reduction to a number of useful products are presented with their corresponding cell and reactor designs. The latest efforts to progress to industrially relevant scales are discussed, along with the challenges that must be met for carbon dioxide reduction to be a viable route for mass scale production.

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e-pub ahead of print date: 6 April 2020
Keywords: Carbon dioxide reduction, Electrosynthesis, Energy storage

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Local EPrints ID: 441389
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/441389
ISSN: 2451-9103
PURE UUID: 254beb94-11a5-453d-ac8f-880fa8034333
ORCID for Ling Wang: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-2894-6784
ORCID for Carlos Ponce De Leon Albarran: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-1907-5913

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Date deposited: 11 Jun 2020 16:30
Last modified: 26 Nov 2021 02:49

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Author: Samuel Perry
Author: Pui Ki Leung
Author: Ling Wang ORCID iD

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