Japan develops new compound that removes carbon dioxide from ambient air with 99% efficiency

Japan develops new compound that removes carbon dioxide from ambient air with 99% efficiencyResearchers at Tokyo State University have developed a new compound called isophorone diamine (IPDA) that can reportedly remove carbon dioxide from ambient air with 99 percent efficiency, at least twice as fast as existing systems.

This process also happens much faster than other carbon capture technologies.

The researchers behind the new study are now working on improving the system and studying how best to use the captured carbon.

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