Coal combustion with iron oxide

Ohio State University recently announced that it successfully demonstrated clean combustion of coal at a 25 kilowatt (kW) scale using chemical looping. In this process, rather than combusting coal with air, which generates a mixture of gases in addition to carbon dioxide, coal combusts with iron oxi...

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