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Direct utilization of elemental sulfur for microporous polymer synthesis

Methane, a primary component of natural gas, has emerged recently as an important energy source, largely owing to its abundance and relatively clean nature compared with other fossil fuels. In order to use natural gas as a fuel, however, it must undergo a procedure called "hydrodesulfurization" or "natural gas sweetening" to reduce sulfur-dioxide emissions from combustion of fossil fuels.
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