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- adv. In an endothermic manner
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Green plants not only remove CO2 from the air, they do so endothermically, that is to say in the process of removal, they ALSO REMOVE HEAT from the system, the atmosphere.
The HI then dissociates to hydrogen and iodine at about 350°C, endothermically:
The pulverized fuel and the gasification medium react endothermically in the gasification reactor and are converted into a raw synthesis gas.
If a hot 'cat' can convert dangerous CO into CO2 (in what I assume is a exothermic reaction), could waste exhaust heat turn some of the CO2 (neatly separated in the exhaust stream) to carbon monoxide + oxygen (endothermically) to be cooled & passed back in with the inlet air?