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Evaluation of Some Solid Oxides as Sorbents of Sulfur Dioxide.
Russell-JH; Paige-JI; Paulson-DL
NTIS: PB 205 641 :27 pages
Several solid sorbents were compared for their effectiveness in removing sulfur dioxide from flue gases. The materials were tested for the rate of sorption and capacity at about 300 deg c, and rate of regeneration around 700 deg c in thin beds and in 4-inch-diameter fluidized beds. Rates of material loss were also estimated. The sorbents tested included three samples of alkalized alumina, two samples of sodium carbonate-impregnated alumina, and one proprietary sample of porous silica impregnated with copper and iron compounds.
IH; Report of Investigation;
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS: PB 205 641
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