Kim Hayson has more than 20 years of experience in manufacturing and laboratory operations. She has been involved in development of new green products and new materials for the coatings industry. She has also worked closely with customers and served as a technical service specialist. Most recently, Kim managed an analytical laboratory and was involved in all aspects of the analytical operations in a pilot plant operation.
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Abstract: A novel process for capturing carbon dioxide from the flue gas of a coal-fired power plant has been shown to reduce parasitic power consumption substantially. The process employs an ionic liquid created at the University of Notre Dame that has a high capacity for absorbing CO2 by chemical reaction.