SIM² KU Leuven’s 2013 paper “Accelerated mineral carbonation of stainless steel slags for CO2 storage and waste valorization: Effect of process parameters on geochemical properties”, is one of the most highly cited papers of the International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control during 2014, 2015 and up until June 2016. The full reference is Santos, R., Van Bouwel, J., Vandevelde, E., Mertens, G., Elsen, J., Van Gerven, T. (2013). Accelerated mineral carbonation of stainless steel slags for CO2 storage and waste valorization: effect of process parameters on geochemical properties. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 17, 32-45.
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SIM² KU Leuven is the new KU Leuven Institute on Sustainable Metals and Minerals, one of the 4 flagship KU Leuven Institutes. SIM² mission is to develop, organise and implement problem-driven, science-deep research and future-oriented education, contributing to the environmentally friendly production and recycling of metals, minerals and engineered materials, supporting the transition to a climate-friendly, circular-economy.