Re: Some interesting Carbon Sequestration Chemistry
Paul S Anderson
Good if we can get full understanding. Are you expecting that the act of pyrolysis (500 deg C) with molecular transformation from carbohydrates (wood) to graphene sheets (stable carbon) is somehow impacting the “surface modification of the rock mineral particle”?
What is your hypothesis of what is happening. And why is that then beneficial to plant growth?
Many variables to consider.
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with pages 88 – 94 about solving the world crisis for clean cookstoves.
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