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Catalyzing carbon dioxide: System can transform CO2 into CO for use in industry

On any given day, more than 2 million pounds of carbon dioxide are pumped into the atmosphere from factories, emissions from cars and trucks and the burning of coal and natural gas to generate electricity.
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