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RALEIGH - Researchers from the North Carolina State Wilson College of Textiles are working to reduce CO2 emissions from biomass, coal or natural gas power plants by developing new carbon dioxide capture filters made from a cotton fabric and a naturally occurring enzyme called carbonic anhydrase. 

Initial laboratory testing via a series of experiments conducted to see how well their filter would separate an air mixture of CO2 and nitrogen resulted in CO2 reduction rates of 52.3% with a single-stacked filter and 81.7% with a double-stacked filter

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