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Carbon dioxide storage in olivine basalts: Effect of ball milling process
The goal of this study is to propose a cost-effective method for the optimization of the ex situ carbonation of basaltic rocks. The ball milling process was applied to a sample of olivine basalt from the Troodos ophiolite ...
Original Research Paper: Enhancing the rate of ex situ mineral carbonation in dunites via ball milling
•Dunitic materials with enhanced CO2 uptake were created via ball milling (BM).•The optimum conditions are 12h of BM with 50wt% ethanol as process control agent.•The BM process increased the CO2 uptake of dunites by a ...
Enhancing the rate of ex situ mineral carbonation in dunites via ball milling
The investigation of potential options for CO 2 sequestration is of vital importance for alleviating the ongoing climate problem. This paper presents an efficient method for enhancing the ex situ carbonation of dunites. ...
On the potential use of quarry waste material for CO2 sequestration
•Novel nanomaterials were produced via ball milling (BM) of quarry waste material.•Various morphological and structural modifications occurred after the BM process.•The optimum conditions are 20h of BM with 50wt% ethanol ...