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Hello,

Why not try a chemical method. Slushes are 'witchcraft'.

You could trap CO2 on MgO, CaO, SrO or BaO. After that simply pump
everything else away. We're still working on it but it will be a lot better
than the black magic associated with cryogenics!

Stuart Boyd


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