Image icon  Metal organic heat carrier: Structure II

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Description: Metal Organic Heat Carriers (MOHC's) with trapped refrigerants could help researchers improve alternative air conditioning technology, called adsorption chilling, that uses low grade solar thermal or waste heat instead of electricity to cool commercial buildings. This image represents a MOHC structure.
Keywords: nano • carbon • alkane • low-temperature • MOHC • heat carrier • refrigerant • environment
Categories: Science approaches > Structure, bonding & defects
Materials > Hybrids
Applications > Energy
Scale > Nano(-materials)
Other topics > Environment
Created by: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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Date created: 13 July 2010
Date added: 18 February 2011
Resource ID: 3421