Carbon Dioxide Capture with Borohydrides
Carbon Dioxide Capture with Borohydrides — The use of carbon dioxide to form useful precursors has seen marked interest as concerns about human and environmental sustainability peak. Sodium borohydride is a relatively cheap and shelf-stable reagent, which has shown a high affinity for the reduction of atmospheric carbon dioxide. This project is the design of a scalable and continuous method for atmospheric carbon sequestration via sodium borohydride.
Team: The One With All the Gas
Mason Anderson, Chemical Engr.
Ahmed Alasiri, Chemical Engr.
Kaed Benski, Chemical Engr.
Jesse Brown, Chemical Engr.
Dept. of Chemical & Materials Engineering
Matthew Bernards, Dept. of Chemical & Materials Engineering