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Carbon dioxide is a colourless gas that is commonly abbreviated as CO2. It is a chemical molecule that is 60% denser than dry air and consists of one carbon atom coupled with two oxygen atoms.
CO2 is found in low amounts in the earth’s atmosphere and works as a greenhouse gas. This gas is utilised in a variety of industries for a variety of uses. It is often obtained during the generation of hydrogen by steam reforming of natural gas or the fermentation of ethanol.
Carbon dioxide is utilised in a variety of applications in the food and beverage sector. It is utilised in modified atmospheric packaging (MAP) and chilling and freezing applications in the food sector.
Carbon dioxide is also used to regulate the temperature of food goods during transit and storage in order to maintain quality and extend shelf.
The GLOBAL CO2 CONVERSION MARKET accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Unilever has collaborated with LanzaTech and India Glycols to develop a surfactant derived from industrial carbon emissions rather than fossil fuels.
The novel manufacturing shift makes use of biotechnologies and a freshly constructed supply chain between the three partners, who are collaborating for the first time.
Surfactants, which are often sourced from fossil fuels, are essential ingredients in many home cleaning and laundry solutions, ranging from dish soaps to fabric detergents.
Surfactants may now be produced utilising recycled carbon thanks to the new technology. This is the first time a surfactant derived from collected carbon emissions will be used in a cleaning solution.
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