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Academic Lecture: The Role of Aqueous Phase Catalysis on CO2 Reduction and H2 Storage
2014-12-24   Author: Li Yang       Browse: 1135
 

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On December 22, 2014,the Nan Yan Research Forum was hold in Meeting Room E118 and directed by Jay Cheng, the dean of school of environment and energy。Many teachers and students participated in the forum, and Prof. Hongfei Lin gave us a wonderful lecture entitled “The Role of Aqueous Phase Catalysis on CO2 Reduction and H2 Storage”.

Dr. Hongfei Lin is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering at the University of Nevada, Reno. He is also the member of the American Chemical Society and American Institute of Chemical Engineers and has served as the conference session chairs and co-chairs, as well as the symposium organizers. Furthermore,He is the guest editor of the journal Catalysis Today. 

Firstly, Dr. Lin illustrated the traditional CO2 capture and storage (CCS) process as well as its advantages and problems. Then he came up with his own CO2 utilization strategy : Convert Amine-CO2 Adducts to Formates, which can not only save the energy and cost for separating, compressing, and transporting CO2 in carbon storage processes, but also has the potential of leveraging the existing industrial infrastructure of carbon capture processes. Lastly, he also reported the highly efficient reversible hydrogen storage-evolution process based on the ammonium bicarbonate/formate redox equilibrium over the heterogeneous catalyst in low-temperature aqueous solutions.

In the following interaction part, Dr. Lin had a heated discussion with students on the latest new technologies related to the reduction and utilization of CO2, providing a significant guidance for our subsequent research work. 

In a burst of warm applause, the Research Forum finished successfully, and students benefited a lot from it.

 
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