CO2 SOLUTION INC.
|CO2 SOLUTION INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20120107908||Enzymatic Formulation and Composition for CO2 Capture Reactions - A triphasic bioreactor and process for physico-chemically treating a gas includes a reaction chamber and its use with a liquid and biocatalysts in suspension, for catalyzing a reaction between the gas and the liquid to obtain a treated gas and a solution containing a reaction product. An enzymatic formulation for catalysis of the reaction CO||05-03-2012|
|20120088292||METHODS AND FORMULATIONS USING CARBONIC ANHYDRASE AND REACTION COMPOUND COMBINATIONS - Disclosed is a formulation for the absorption of CO||04-12-2012|
|20120034680||Process For Treating Carbon Dioxide Containing Gas - A process is disclosed for recycling carbon dioxide emissions from a fossil-fuel power plant into useful carbonated species The process primarily comprises the steps of: a) burning the fossil fuel, thereby generating heat and a hot exhaust gas containing CO||02-09-2012|
|20110189750||Carbonic Anhydrase Enhanced Reaction Methods and Formulations - Disclosed is a formulation for the absorption of CO||08-04-2011|
|20110183397||Carbonic Anhydrase Bioreactor and Process - A triphasic bioreactor for physico-chemically treating a gas is disclosed. The triphasic bioreactor comprises a reaction chamber with a liquid and biocatalysts in suspension in the liquid, for catalyzing a reaction between the gas and the liquid to obtain a treated gas and a solution containing a reaction product. A gas bubbling means is provided in the reaction chamber for bubbling the gas to be treated into the liquid thereby dissolving the gas into the liquid and increasing a pressure inside the reaction chamber. The bioreactor further comprises a liquid inlet in fluid communication with the reaction chamber for receiving the liquid and filling the reaction chamber, a liquid outlet in fluid communication with the reaction chamber for releasing the solution and a gas outlet in fluid communication with the reaction chamber to release the treated gas. The bioreactor further comprises a retention device to retain the biocatalysts in the reaction chamber. The invention also concerns a process using the triphasic bioreactor. The triphasic bioreactor may advantageously be used for removing carbonic dioxide from a CO||07-28-2011|
|20110159573||Process for treating an effluent gas containing CO2 with Carbonic anhydrase having increased temperature stability - The present invention relates to polynucleotide and polypeptide sequences of novel carbonic anhydrase variants having increased stability under high temperature conditions compared to native carbonic anhydrase.||06-30-2011|
|20100203619||CO2 ABSORPTION SOLUTION - Disclosed is a formulation for the absorption of CO||08-12-2010|
Patent applications by CO2 SOLUTION INC.