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Presented By: Department of Chemistry

Electrochemical CO2 Capture, Concentration, and Conversion

Jenny Yang (UC Irvine)

CO2 capture, concentration, and utilization are all important processes for a circular carbon economy. Developing selective catalysts for concentration CO2 reduction without concomitant hydrogen evolution is a challenge. I will discuss our thermodynamic and kinetic strategies for suppressing the hydrogen evolution reaction under reductive conditions. I will also discuss our work in developing oxygen-stable systems for electrochemical CO2 capture and concentration using secondary hydrogen-bonding interactions. Lastly, I will discuss our work on integrating CO2 capture and conversion into catalytic systems that can take dilute streams of CO2 directly into products.

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