If we continue our business-as-usual greenhouse emissions, our species will need to sequester (i.e. prevent from reaching the atmosphere) trillions of tons of carbon dioxide over the next 100 years if we are to avoid dangerous climate change. The Geochemistry of Geologic CO2 Sequestration collects together the underpinning science of CO2 storage in underground rock formations in 15 chapters. As you might expect from the RiMG series, this volume focuses on the molecular and pore-scale processes occurring in a CO2 reservoir. One hundred pages were dedicated to a comprehensive review of the kinetic and thermodynamic properties...

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