Chemo-Biological Systems for CO2 Utilization describes the most recent advanced tools and techniques for carbon dioxide capture and its utilization. It discusses and compares the advantages of different systems and aids researchers and industrialists in understanding energy generation in the form of biofuels, bioelectricity, or biogas using chemicals; nanomaterials; and microbial, enzymatic, and chemo-enzymatic-integrated systems. It describes the importance and utilization of CO2 in living systems, and provides an overview of the various fundamental methods, policies, and techniques involved in CO2 conversion. Emphasis is placed on the production of value-added products using CO2, including biomethanol, industrial carbonates, and liquid or gaseous fuels.
- Explains the correlations between microbial, biological, and chemical products and their roles in the conversion of CO2 into usable energy and related products.
- Being suitable for a broad audience, it addresses fundamental treatment methods for reusing environmental waste materials.
- Aids in decision-making and policy planning for environmental professionals.
The information provided throughout this book will help researchers and professionals working in various industries to better understand the conversion of CO2 into energy-based products. Chemo-Biological Systems for CO2 Utilization also serves as a useful guide to seek alternative methods for clean energy and mitigating global climate change.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Recent Developments in CO2-Capture and Conversion Technologies
[Tanvi Sharma, Abhishek Sharma, Swati Sharma, Anand Giri,
Ashok Kumar, and Deepak Pant]
Chapter 2 Heterogeneous Catalytic Hydrogenation of CO2 to
Basic Chemicals and Fuels
[Saeed Sahebdelfar and Maryam Takht Ravanchi]
Chapter 3 Recent Advances in CO2 Bi-Reforming of Methane for
Hydrogen and Syngas Productions
[Hamidah Abdullah, Chin Sim Yee, Chi Cheng Chong,
Tan Ji Siang, Osarieme Uyi Osazuwa, Herma Dina Setiabudi,
Dai-Viet N. Vo, and Sumaiya Zainal Abidin]
Chapter 4 Carbonic Anhydrase: An Ancient Metalloenzyme for Solving
the Modern Increase in the Atmospheric CO2 Caused by the
[Claudiu Supuran and Clemente Capasso]
Chapter 5 Engineering of Microbial Carbonic Anhydrase for
Enhanced Carbon Sequestration
[Anand Giri, Veerbala Sharma, Shabnam Thakur,
Tanvi Sharma, Ashok Kumar, and Deepak Pant]
Chapter 6 Electrochemical CO2 Reduction Reaction on Nitrogen-Doped
Chapter 7 Role of Nanotechnology in Conversion of CO2 into
[Ramya Thangamani, Lakshmanaperumal Vidhya, and
Chapter 8 Application of Nanomaterials in CO2 Sequestration
[Anirban Biswas, Suvendu Manna, and Papita Das]
Chapter 9 Porous Materials for CO2 Fixation: Activated Carbon, MOFs,
[Maryam Takht Ravanchi and Mansooreh Soleimani]
Chapter 10 Novel Composite Materials for CO2 Fixation
[Priya Banerjee, Uttariya Roy, Avirup Datta, and
Chapter 11 Microalgae-Based Biorefinery for Utilization of Carbon
Dioxide for Production of Valuable Bioproducts
[Rahul Kumar Goswami, Komal Agrawal, Sanjeet Mehariya,
Antonio Molino, Dino Musmarra, and Pradeep Verma]
Chapter 12 Mechanisms for Carbon Assimilation and Utilization in
Microalgae and Their Metabolites for Value-Added Products
[Varsha S.S. Vuppaladadiyam, Zenab T. Baig, Abdul F. Soomro,
and Arun K. Vuppaladadiyam]
Chapter 13 Soil Microbial Dynamics in Carbon Farming of
Agro-Ecosystems: In the Era of Climate Change
[Jinus S. Senjam, Kangjam Tilotama, Tracila Meinam,
Dhanaraj Singh Thokchom, Yumlembam Rupert Anand,
Thoudam Santosh Singh, Koijam Melanglen,
Hanglem Sonibala Devi, Khumukcham Nongalleima,
S. Gurumurthy, and Thiyam Jefferson Singh]
Dr. Ashok Kumar is working as an Assistant professor in the Department of Biotechnology and Bioinformatics, Jaypee University of Information Technology, Waknaghat, Solan, Himachal Pradesh, India. He has completed his Ph.D. in Biotechnology from Department of Biotechnology, Himachal Pradesh University, Summer Hill, Shimla, India in 2013. He worked as a post-doctoral fellow in State Key laboratory of Agricultural Microbiology, Huazhong Agricultural University, Wuhan China for two years. He also worked as Brain Pool researcher/Assistant professor at Konkuk University Seoul South Korea. Dr. Ashok has a keen interest in Carbon utilization, enzyme immobilization, biomaterials, biopolymers, nanobiotechnology, biocatalysis, waste management, biomass degradation, biofuel synthesis, and biotransformations. Dr. Ashok has published 55 research papers in various internationally reputed journals 4 books, and 21 book chapters.
Dr. Swati Sharma is working as assistant Professor in University Institute of Biotechnology, Chandigarh University, Mohali, Punjab India. Dr Sharma has completed her PhD. from University Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia. She worked as a visiting researcher in the college of life and environmental sciences at Konkuk University, Seoul South Korea. Dr. Sharma has completed her masters (M.Sc.) from Dr. Yashwant Singh Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry, Nauni Solan H.P. India. She has also worked as program co-coordinator at Himalayan action research center Dehradoon and Senior research fellow at India agricultural research institute. Dr. Sharma has published her research papers in reputed international journals. Presently, Dr. Sharma's research is in the field of bioplastics, hydrogels, keratin nano-fibers and nanoparticles, biodegradable polymers and polymers with antioxidant and anti-cancerous activities and sponges. Dr. Swati has published 22 research papers in various internationally reputed journals 4 books, and a couple of book chapters.