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Recently, various composites for reducing CO2emissions have been extensively studied. Because of their high sorption capacity and low cost, alkali metal carbonates are recognized as a potential candidate to capture CO2from flue gas under moist conditions. However, undesirable effects and characteristics such as high regeneration temperatures or the formation of byproducts lead to high energy costs associated with the desorption process and impede the application of these materials. In thisdoi:10.1155/2016/4012967 fatcat:gaidhr7qnzhqvpyuscw3hq55xq