49075Re: RE: [Distillers] Re: Graphene filter
- Mar 21, 2013
I have read about some very interesting advancements in the field of alternative fuels regarding the subject. Turns out they've figured, on a lab scale, a process to convert high temperature CO2 and steam (H2O) into O2 and CH4 (methane). It involves 2-400*C temps and a very expensive (iirc, platinum) catalyst. But it is fairly efficient, and can be run off of process/solar thermal heat, so it may become plausible down the road.
But again, not really all that feasible for a home guy without a tens-of-thousands research budget. You have a much better shot piping fermentation CO2 into a greenhouse and boosting growth that way :).
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That video is somewhat similar to my basic thought, but that isn't converting fermented CO2 into hydrocarbon. If water can be de-stabilized enough it might be possible to separate alcohol without a still. It's just an idea I want to test. Yes, I knew that hydrogen and oxygen are explosive.
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