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CHEM 363.00 Materials Chemistry for a Sustainable Energy Economy 6 credits

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Hulings 316

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9:50am11:00am9:50am11:00am9:40am10:40am
Synonym: 62614

Mark D Allendorf

Chemistry is playing a central role in the development of a renewable energy economy. This class will introduce greenhouse gases and atmospheric chemistry as they relate to climate change, followed by discussions of energy utilization, production, transport, and storage. Example chemistries will include electrochemical and solar-driven processes for producing renewable fuels, in particular hydrogen; gas storage using nanoporous materials such as Metal-Organic Frameworks and metal hydrides; carbon-neutral processes for producing critical commodities such as ammonia; and CO2 capture. The interactions between science and government policies will be considered as well.

Prerequisite: Chemistry 224

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