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How does carbon capture work?

Freezing

Technically called cryogenic fractionation, gas from power plants can be cooled and squeezed until it turns into a liquid, according to MIT. Once you have this chemical soup, it's generally easier to separate out these liquid chemicals than it is their gaseous parents. Unfortunately, this degree of cooling currently requires a lot of energy.

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