carbon molecular sieve

carbon molecular sieve

[¦kär·bən mə¦lek·yə·lər ′siv]
(chemistry)
A molecular sieve that utilizes a special type of activated carbon for the adsorbent.
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Pressure swing adsorption (PSA) systems are vessels filled with a carbon molecular sieve that is pressurized with air.
Mendes has research interests in the areas of membrane and adsorbent-based gas separations, carbon molecular sieve membranes, fuel cells, dye sensitized solar cells, photoelectrochemical cells for hydrogen production, photocatalysis, catalytic membrane reactors, and steam reforming.
Consists of two filter beds of carbon molecular sieve.
There is an interest in developing low-cost carbon molecular sieve for gas separations such as [N.
Generon Systems has upgraded its PSA technology by improving both the absorbent qualities of the carbon molecular sieve and the overall process design.