April 3-7, 2016
Microencapsulation has typically been applied to small volume, high value applications like pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. However, the efficient separations and reactions afforded by microcapsules can also be applied to large-scale problems like clean energy. This research focuses on developing microcapsules for energy applications, particularly carbon capture and storage.
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Joshuah K. Stolaroff, Congwang Ye, Du T. Nguyen, Sarah E. Baker, William L. Smith, Christopher M. Spadaccini, and Roger D. Aines, "Microcapsules for carbon capture from power plants" in "Design and Manufacture of Functional Microcapsules and Engineered Products", Chair: Simon Biggs, University of Queensland (Aus) Co-Chairs: Olivier Cayre, University of Leeds, UK Orlin D. Velev, North Carolina State University, USA Eds, ECI Symposium Series, (2016). http://dc.engconfintl.org/microcapsules/34