Investigating the Potential of Humic Substances as Sorbents for Carbon Dioxide Mitigation: Preliminary Experimental Results

Authors

  • Kazankapova Maira Kuttybaevna PhD, Head of Laboratory LLP "Institute of Coal Chemistry and Technology", Astana
  • Yermagambet Bolat Toleukhanuly Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Director LLP "Institute of Coal Chemistry and Technology", Astana
  • Kassenova Zhanar Muratbekovna Candidate of Chemical Sciences, Deputy Director LLP "Institute of Coal Chemistry and Technology", Astana
  • Ordabayeva Saltanat Ryssymbekkyzy PhD student, Research Assistant LLP "Institute of Coal Chemistry and Technology", Astana
  • Kozhamuratova Ultugan Student of 4th year, Research Assistant LLP "Institute of Coal Chemistry and Technology", Astana

Keywords:

greenhouse gases, humic acid, humic substances, absorption, CO2, carbon dioxide

Abstract

This research explores the potential of humic substances as effective sorbents for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Humic substances are organic compounds found in soil and water and also may be extracted from coal that have been shown to have a high affinity for pollutants, including heavy metals, organic compounds, and gases in the environment. The paper discusses the properties of humic substances that make them effective sorbents, as well as the mechanisms by which they can reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It also reviews current research on the use of humic substances for carbon capture and storage, and discusses the potential for scaling up this technology to have a significant impact on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Overall, the paper suggests that humic substances have great potential as a low-cost and effective solution for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Published

2023-04-16

How to Cite

Kazankapova Maira Kuttybaevna, Yermagambet Bolat Toleukhanuly, Kassenova Zhanar Muratbekovna, Ordabayeva Saltanat Ryssymbekkyzy, & Kozhamuratova Ultugan. (2023). Investigating the Potential of Humic Substances as Sorbents for Carbon Dioxide Mitigation: Preliminary Experimental Results. Progress in Science, (2). Retrieved from https://ojs.publisher.agency/index.php/PS/article/view/1259

Issue

Section

Chemical Sciences