Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Nanotubes convert CO2 and sunlite into methane!

''"Instead we can collect the waste out of the smoke stack, put it though a converter, and presto, use sunlight to change [CO2] back into fuel."
The scientists have created thin membranes that cover either 3.8 or 15.5 square inches. So far, those membranes have produced an estimated 66 gallons of methane, said Grimes.
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