The Carbon Dioxide Revolution: Challenges and Perspectives for a Global Society (Hardcover)

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Chapter 1- Energy and our Society

Chapter 2 - Fossil-C Application in the Energy and Chemical Industry

Chapter 3 - The Atmosphere, the Natural Cycles and the "Greenhouse Effect"

Chapter 4 - Reduction of the CO2 Production

Chapter 5 - The Alternative, Carbon-free Primary Energy Sources and Relevant Technologies

Chapter 6 - Reduction of Carbon Dioxide Immission into the Atmosphere: the Capture and Storage (CCS) option

Chapter 7 - Properties of the Carbon Dioxide Molecule

Chapter 8 - Use of CO2 as Technical Fluid (Technological Uses of CO2)

Chapter 9 - Circular Economy and Carbon Dioxide Conversion

Chapter 10 - Solar Chemistry and CO2 Conversion

Chapter 11 - Enhancing Nature

Chapter 12 - The CO2 Revolution.

About the Author

Michele Aresta is a Doctor in Industrial Chemistry from the University of Milan, Milan, IT, and Ph.D. h.c. in Engineering, University of Bath, Bath, UK, and Honorary Professor at the Chemical Engineering Faculty, University of Tianjin, China. He is the President of the Scientific Board of the Interuniversity Consortium on Chemical Reactivity and Catalysis, Italy; Honorary Chair of the International Conference on carbon Dioxide Utilization-ICCDU; CEO of IC2R srl; former Professor of Chemistry at the Bari "Aldo Moro"University, Bari-IT;IMM Professor at NUS-Singapore; David Parkin Professor at the University of Bath, Bath, UK; GIAN Professor at the ANNA University, Chennai-India. His scientific interests include the chemistry of small molecules (N2, H2, O2, CO, CO2, olefins) and metals in low-negative oxidation state, reaction mechanisms, catalysis, photocatalysis and utilization of biomass for the production of new bio-sourced monomers for polymeric materials. He is the author of over 350 papers in peer-reviewed international journals and 12 books on CO2 and biomass valorization and holds several patents. He was awarded several national and international awards. Angela Dibenedetto is Professor of Inorganic Chemistry and Catalysis at the University of Bari, UNIBA (IT) - Department of Chemistry. Her scientific interests are carbon dioxide utilization in synthetic chemistry, catalysis, coordination chemistry and organometallic chemistry, green chemistry, marine biomass (algae) production by enhanced carbon dioxide fixation, marine biomass as source of fuels and chemicals applying the biorefinery concept, photocatalysis. She is Director of the Interuniversity Consortium on Chemical Reactivity and Catalysis - CIRCC, Vice Chair of the International Conference on Carbon Dioxide Utilization ICCDU since 2013 and component of the "Network of Sustainable Universities". She is the author of over 150 scientific papers published in international journals since 1995 and several book chapters. She was Invited Speaker at several international conferences. Her current h-index is 39 with over 7600 citations (Google Scholar).

Product Details
ISBN: 9783030590604
ISBN-10: 3030590607
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: February 11th, 2021
Pages: 262
Language: English