CO2 capture by solid sorbents

In-situ infrared thermography approach allows us no-contact thermal measurements, in order to study the heat transfer and evaluate the adsorption heat released during CO2 adsorption thanks to thermal models development. Infrared spectroscopy experiments approach allows us the identification of adsorbed species, the qualitative evaluation of the amount of adsorbed species, the study of adsorption kinetics and thermal stability of those adsorbed species when the material regeneration. Finally, by combining thermographic and spectroscopic information, key parameters for CO2 capture have been investigated.