Dr. Mostafa Ghasemi, Faculty of Engineering– Environment

The Article was published in Microporous and Mesoporous Materials (SCOPUS, WoS IF: 4.182)

Carbon dioxide, a key greenhouse gas that drives global climate changes, continues to rise. Respiratory disease, extreme weather, food supply disruptions, and increased wildfires are the effects of climate change caused by greenhouse gases. This paper addresses a tremendous interest to convert CO2 into valuable products such as light olefins (Ethylene and Propylene), the important building blocks for the petrochemical industry. A novel hybrid catalyst was synthesized and applied to a CO2 hydrogenation process. Different operating parameters were studied thoroughly. The results indicated the promising technique in reducing CO2 emissions and obtaining valuable hydrocarbon products. Read More...

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