Mercury Adsorption Properties of Sulfur-Impregnated Adsorbents

@article{Hsi2002MercuryAP,
  title={Mercury Adsorption Properties of Sulfur-Impregnated Adsorbents},
  author={H. Hsi and M. Rood and M. Rostam-Abadi and Shiaoguo Chen and R. Chang},
  journal={Journal of Environmental Engineering},
  year={2002},
  volume={128},
  pages={1080-1089}
}
Carbonaceous and noncarbonaceous adsorbents were impregnated with elemental sulfur to evaluate the chemical and physical properties of the adsorbents and their equilibrium mercury adsorption capacities. Simulated coal combustion flue gas conditions were used to determine the equilibrium adsorption capacities for Hg 0 and HgCl2 gases to better understand how to remove mercury from gas streams generated by coal-fired utility power plants. Sulfur was deposited onto the adsorbents by monolayer… Expand

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