Development of cost-effective noncarbon sorbents for Hg(0) removal from coal-fired power plants.

@article{Lee2006DevelopmentOC,
  title={Development of cost-effective noncarbon sorbents for Hg(0) removal from coal-fired power plants.},
  author={Joo-Youp Lee and Yuhong Ju and Tim C. Keener and Rajender S. Varma},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2006},
  volume={40 8},
  pages={2714-20}
}
Noncarbonaceous materials or mineral oxides (silica gel, alumina, molecular sieves, zeolites, and montmorillonite) were modified with various functional groups such as amine, amide, thiol, urea, and active additives such as elemental sulfur, sodium sulfide, and sodium polysulfide to examine their potential as sorbents for the removal of elemental mercury… CONTINUE READING