Mercury Adsorption Properties of Sulfur-Impregnated Adsorbents

@inproceedings{Hsi2002MercuryAP,
  title={Mercury Adsorption Properties of Sulfur-Impregnated Adsorbents},
  author={H C Hsi and Mark J Rood and Member Asce and M. Rostam-Abadi and Shiaoguo Chen and Richard Chang},
  year={2002}
}
Carbonaceous and noncarbonaceous adsorbents were impregnated with elemental sulfur to evaluate the chemical a properties of the adsorbents and their equilibrium mercury adsorption capacities. Simulated coal combustion flue gas conditions to determine the equilibrium adsorption capacities for Hg 0 and HgCl 2 gases to better understand how to remove mercury from gas str generated by coal-fired utility power plants. Sulfur was deposited onto the adsorbents by monolayer surface deposition or vol… CONTINUE READING

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