Molecular sieves are the largest segment of adsorbents
that have very small pores of precise and uniform size.
4 The effect of adsorbent
quantity on the efficiency of copper removal:
When the pressure drops, the adsorbent
deflates and releases the C[O.
Fixed bed dynamics are describing by a set of convection-diffusion equations, coupled with source terms due to adsorption and diffusion inside adsorbent
As the surface adsorption sites become exhausted, the uptake rate is controlled by the rate at which the adsorbate is transported from the exterior to the interior sites of the adsorbent
particles (Bulut, Tez 2007).
This behavior can be attributed to the relationship between the effective specific surface area of the adsorbent
particles and their size.
can then be regenerated and reused after being conditioned with potassium hydroxide.
Because there is no chemical binding, the EVA does not act only as support of the adsorbent
but also as a dispersant, and this makes it easy to recover the sheet-like adsorbent
compared to a fine powder of lignin, for example.
Adsorption studies were carried out at room temperature with initial concentration range from 5 to 100 ppm, adsorbent
dosage range from 1 to 6 gm and size of the adsorbent
ranges from 500-150 [micro]m.
density was another important change implemented during the development of the EBA.
However, the success of the removal of mercaptans and like depends on the development of a highly selective adsorbent
with a high sulphur capacity, because the currently available commercial adsorbents
are not suitable for this application.
allows us to extract previously inaccessible proteins from our waste stream," commented Marco Giuseppin, Director R&D of Solanic.