Insilico Design of Catalyst for the Conversion of Carbon Dioxide

Posted: 14 Mar 2020

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Akash Krishna

MAHE,Manipal

N. V. Anil Kumar

Manipal Academy of Higher Education

Date Written: March 14, 2020

Abstract

CO2, which is thermodynamically stable and a primary greenhouse-gas, is repeatedly exchanged between land, atmosphere, and ocean through the “Carbon Cycle.” Due to fossil fuel combustion, Anthropogenic CO2 concentrations are increasing, resulting in a global change and a range of environmental problems. CO2 sequestration and storage (CSS) were implemented across the globe to mitigate climatic fluctuations. But due to an increased amount of captured CO2, recycling and conversion of CO2 were preferred over the CSS.

Researchers across the globe have used different strategies to convert CO2. The activity, stability, and efficiency of catalysts used for CO2 conversions vary depending on the conditions. The conversion of CO2 gives a wide range of valuable organic products that can be used as raw materials. Insilico designing of Catalyst is cost-effective, and also, can be easily tweaked. Designing superior catalysts with good activity, durability, and improving its performance is the objective of this proposal.

Keywords: In silico, Superior Catalyst, CO2 conversion, organic products

Suggested Citation

Krishna, Akash and Anil Kumar, N. V., Insilico Design of Catalyst for the Conversion of Carbon Dioxide (March 14, 2020). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3535390

Akash Krishna (Contact Author)

MAHE,Manipal ( email )

Department of Chemisty,
Department of Science
Manipal, 576104
India

N. V. Anil Kumar

Manipal Academy of Higher Education ( email )

Department of Chemistry
Manipal Institue of Technology
Manipal, 576104
India

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