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Mineral Carbonation

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The reaction of carbon dioxide with magnesium and calcium containing silicate minerals to form geologically stable, environmentally benign carbonate minerals (calcite and magnesite), allowing for the storage of CO2 in a stable, inert and solid form.

Source: GreenFacts

Translation(s):

Español: Carbonatación Mineral
Français: Carbonatation minérale
Nederlands: Minerale carbonatatie

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