Greenhouse gas control research

Greenhouse gas control research

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Caption: Greenhouse gas control research. Researchers Gerard Ferey (left) and Christian Serre (right) in front of molecular models of MIL-101, which they developed. MIL-101 is a chromium-based metal organic framework that is capable of adsorbing large amounts of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and methane. This product is being researched to find ways in which in might be used to help reduce levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Photographed at the Institut Lavoisier, Versailles, France.

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