Scientists discover a new type of porous material that can store greenhouse gases

This article describes the development of a novel porous material capable of storing greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide and sulfur hexafluoride. This new material, designed by scientists from Heriot-Watt University and other institutions, consists of unique cage-like structures that enable high gas storage capacities. The researchers employed computer simulations to predict and guide the assembly of these molecular cages into a “cage of cages” porous structure. This breakthrough could have significant implications for environmental remediation, including the capture and storage of potent greenhouse gases.

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