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How to separate CO2 into C and O2, how can this be done, will this require, much energy?
Heat it, it takes 393.5 kJ/mol.How to separate CO2 into C and O2, how can this be done, will this require, much energy?
Nice man, NASA must actually start a Amazon in the space station with dozens of trees with a sun roof on top the station for the light. And use the human waste for plant food and the water I’m not so sure yet.Oxygen is produced when light is present.
If hydrogen exist 75% in space, can it be used by tapping into that sourceyou could heat CO2 over a catalyst of iron doped zeolite and hydrogen to produce water and ethylene
the hydrogen in space is spread out in a very large area, and for us to tap into nebula or other large clouds of hydrogen that isn't already in fusion..our space exporation would have to be very much better than it is at the present moment.If hydrogen exist 75% in space, can it be used by tapping into that source
It can but I don't think that laser tweezering is being performed. You can Google "AFM Tip-Assisted Optics" and see some commercial equipment that can perform Raman spectroscopy (which uses a laser) during an AFM scan.This statement makes no sense. An AFM does not, for instance, shoot out a laser beam at the sample.