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  • Matthias Honegger

    Interesting process. What I do not entirely understand is what you would do with the carbonated water – wouldn’t this, when released back into the environment, simply undo the CO2-dissolution by reverting back to equilibrium acidity (resulting in no net storage of CO2)? Also, it makes no intuitive sense to me as a layperson that it would be thermodynamically possible to generate energy from a dissolution process, which subsequently would simply be reversed. Can you explain this in simple terms for a lay-audience?

    • Zacariah Heim

      they are carbonating the Na ion, creating sodium bicarbonate precipitate. I assume. This locks the CO2 into a salt 🙂

  • http://www.yopo.eu/ Gerardo Greco

    Would the continuous flow of Na+ ion progressively damage the Na metal cathode?