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Activation of Delayed and Fluid Petroleum Coke for the Adsorption and Removal of Naphthenic Acids from Oil Sands Tailings Pond WaterDownload
Oil sands companies produce substantial quantities of tailings known to contain high concentrations of dissolved organic by-products. The use of petroleum coke was proposed as a potential adsorbent for organic contaminant removal from tailings pond water. Physical activation was used to create a...
Two separations are necessary to enable the post-combustion capture of CO2. The fraction of CO2 in a flue gas stream must first be separated from the diluents present and then the concentrated stream of CO2 must be thoroughly dried in order for it to be compressed for sequestration. This work...
High pressure carbon dioxide adsorption processes are employed in applications such as carbon dioxide capture and supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC). Carbon dioxide capture using adsorption has gained wide attention because of the promising materials that are developed for this application....
Adsorption and Microwave Regeneration for Controlling Volatile Organic Compounds Emissions from Automotive Paint BoothsDownload
Adsorption is a widely used method for control of organic compounds produced during painting operations. After adsorption, the loaded adsorbent should be regenerated to recover the adsorbates and reuse the adsorbent for subsequent adsorption/regeneration cycles. Accumulation of non-desorbed...
Pine sawdust biochars produced at 300 and 550 °C with and without steam activation were assessed for its sorption capacity for phosphate and copper (Cu (II)) in aqueous solutions using batch sorption experiments, including isotherm and kinetic studies. This study implied that pine sawdust...
High purity microporous vanadosilicate (EVS-10/AM-6) has been hydrothermally synthesized by a simple template-free, reducing agent-free method in the absence of titanosilicate ETS-10 seeds. Direct comparison between EVS-10 and ETS-10 showed successful isomorphous substitution of titanium with...
Adsorption processes using functionalized ordered mesoprous silica sorbents have shown a great potential for post-combustion CO2 capture from flue gas. In this work an experimental and theoretical investigation was conducted on the adsorptive removal of CO2 onto amine functionalized mesoporous...
The natural gas industry recognises that the need for removal of CH4 from C2H6 feedstock C2H4 production and utilization. CH4 being a contaminant in the production of C2H4 and furthermore in the production of polymers from C2H4. Dethanizers in gas processing plants are energy intensive and...
Air Separation is the largest industrial separation process in the world in which air is separated to its primary constituents including, nitrogen, oxygen, and argon. Technical gases are applied in many important industries such as steel industry, chemical processes, oil and gas production,...