The capture of CO2 from flue- and fuel-gas streams in large-scale power generation offers a compelling means to combat climate change. Technically plausible strategies for CO2 capture include post-combustion carbon capture (PCC), oxy-combustion, and pre-combustion carbon capture (PrCC) — all of which present gas separation challenges.
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