ELECTROCHEMICAL CONVERSION OF CARBON DIOXIDE TO FORMIC ACID IN A PRESSURIZZED FILTER PRESS CELL

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Abstract

To limit the negative effect of carbon dioxide as a greenhouse gas, an interesting approach is the utilization of Carbon Capture and Conversion (CCC) methodology, which is focused on the use of CO2 waste as a feedstock to produce added-value product by using the excess electric energy from renewable source [1]. In this framework, an increasing attention has been devoted in the electrochemical conversion of carbon dioxide to formic acid in water [2,3], which is considered one of the more attractive pathway to convert CO2. Since the main hurdle of the CO2 reduction from aqueous solution is the low CO2 solubility in water, in this work, the effect of some operating parameters, including pressure, current density, and flow rate, on the conversion of CO2 at tin flat cathodes to formic acid was studied using a pressurized filter-press cell with a continuous recirculation of the solution (0.9 L). References[1] Ma, S., & Kenis, P. J. Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering, (2013), 2(2), 191-199[2] Pérez-Fortes M., Schöneberger J. C., Boulamanti A., Harrison G., & Tzimas E. International journal of hydrogen energy, (2016), 41(37), 16444-16462.[3] Scialdone O., Galia A., Nero G. L., Proietto F., Sabatino S., & Schiavo B. Electrochimica Acta, (2016), 199, 332-341
Lingua originaleEnglish
Numero di pagine0
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

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