An Exciton describes the formation of an electron-hole pair when a photon hits the surface of a semiconductive material. The production of multiple excitons from a single photon could boost the efficiency of solar panels and revolutionize the photovoltaic devices industry.
This article briefly covers the process of biogas scrubbing, compression, and storage. The scrubbing processes include water scrubbing, polyethylene glycol scrubbing, carbon molecular sieves, membrane separation, and sodium hydroxide scrubbing.
The thermochemical process of pyrolysis creates charcoal, which when dormant in the ground is called biochar. Carbon from biomass waste is retained in biochar and is enduringly confiscated in the ground, efficiently removing the carbon from the environment.