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- 2Activated Carbon
- 2Irreversible Adsorption
- 2Surface Oxygen Groups
- 1Activated Carbon Fiber Cloth
Effect of Surface Oxygen Groups on Irreversible Adsorption of Volatile Organic Compounds on Beaded Activated CarbonDownload
Adsorption by activated carbons is a widely used method for controlling emission of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). However, accumulation of adsorbates and/or regeneration by-products (heel buildup) during cyclic process is a common challenge in this process. Irreversible adsorption restricts...
Effects of Adsorbate Properties on Heel Buildup on Activated Carbon Fiber Cloth during Electrothermal RegenerationDownload
Automotive painting booths are a major source of volatile organic compounds’ (VOCs) in the automotive manufacturing sector. Adsorption on activated carbon (AC) has been widely used as a low cost and energy efficient VOC control method. A major challenge associated with the cyclic...
Vehicle painting booths are among the major sources of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emissions in the auto manufacturing sector. A challenge with controlling VOCs by adsorption onto activated carbon (AC) is the occurrence of strongly, or even permanently, adsorbed species. Irreversible...