Chemistry and Physics of Carbon: Volume 27: A Series of by Ljubisa R. Radovic

By Ljubisa R. Radovic

"Provides an summary of medical and technological matters in environmental functions of carbon fabrics. Emphasizes the flexibility of carbon fabrics in either fuel- and liquid-phase environmental purposes, together with a dialogue of rising applied sciences. Highlights the facility and strength possibilities afforded by means of NMR spectroscopy for realizing the interplay of carbon fabrics with adsorbed molecules."

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17. This process has been tested satisfactorilyin a 350 MW coal power plantat Luenen, Germany, removing 99% of SOz and over 70% NO,. The two-stage process was licensed by Mitsui Mining Company (MMC) in Japan in 1982, and by 1993 a modified form of the process was installed in four commercial plants in Japan and Germany[ S ] . /g, which is much lower than that of commercial activated carbons. It is produced from a bituminous coal and a pitch binder. Low surface area carbons have been found to be the most effective in this process; they are cheaper than high surface area activated carbons, they retain their SO2 adsorption capacity more efficiently on repeated cycling, and their relatively low porosity contributes to strength and abrasion resistance.

Hydrogen cyanide, cyanogen chloride, phosphine, and arsine). To accomplish this, the activated carbon is impregnated with a complex mixture of metal compounds that include copper, chromium, silver, and sometimes organic species. These sophisticated carbons are also utilized in filters for underground shel- Carbon Materials in Environmental Applications 21 ters, and in inlet filters for armored vehicles and other formsof military transport. Threats from percutaneous nerve gases require complete body protection by the use of suits that contain activated carbon in a form that allows rapid and effective adsorption (tine granules or fibers).

68) Interstitial Interstitial ropor Micropore . c Macropore -. Micropore Macropore Micropore FIG. 18 Distribution of volume in adsorbent-filled gas storage vessel. (Adapted from Ref. ) Derbyshire et al. 34 vated carbons are attractive candidate materials. Amankwah et al. 5 K). Using “super-activated” carbon (AX-3 IM, Anderson Development Company), the authors report a storage value of 17 kg Hz/m3 (or -90gHJkg carbon) at S4 atm and IS0 K. 5 kg Hz/ m’ for a FeTiH, metal hydride system. On a weight basis (systems with Kevlar storage cylinders), the adsorbed hydrogen system is more efficient: S.

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