‘Dry water’ could make commercial waves

Edie: UK scientists have unveiled a super powder called 'dry water' which could help tackle global warming by storing carbon dioxide The powdered material, which looks like icing sugar or flour, could help absorb and store carbon dioxide, the main greenhouse gas. It could also prove a commercial hit in other areas, according to research presented at the 240th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society in Boston, this month (August). Ben Carter, PhD researcher for ......

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