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    RBW Member wstorms is an unknown quantity at this point wstorms's Avatar
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    Lightbulb New type of sorb?

    Today I saw this article:
    https://www.newscientist.com/article...er-plants/amp/

    It basically says rebreather tech inspired the power plants to capture CO2 using a material called guanidine.
    Apparently it works on lower temperatures than soda lime, so it might be more suitable for cold water diving. On the other hand, a quick Google told me the stuff is used as a base ingredient for explosives so it might not play nice with O2...

    Anyone know the stuff?
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    Re: New type of sorb?

    Awesome! Thanks for posting! It's amazing what is out there.

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