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sabatier ++

Question asked by scott lowry on Oct 29, 2019

the Sabatier reaction combines co2 with hydrogen to get methane.  is it necessary to separate the co2 from the other gases in the atmosphere to get this result. can I just run large volumes of atmospheric gases and large volumes of hydrogen through a reaction chamber  to get water, methane and, ammonia?  then separate the liquids later? what other products would I get ?