CO2 fingerprint discovery enables safe storage

Forensics finger print

In the first study of its kind, scientists have discovered that carbon dioxide (CO2) from industrial sources such as power stations, has a distinctive chemical fingerprint – firmly distinguishing it from other naturally occurring CO2.

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