acid gases

acid gases

[′as·əd ′gas·əz]
(chemical engineering)
The hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide found in natural and refinery gases which, when combined with moisture, form corrosive acids; known as sour gases when hydrogen sulfide and mercaptans are present.
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Al Ain UAE University (UAEU) has developed a new technology for the removal of acid gases, such as hydrogen sulphide (H2S) and carbon dioxide (CO2), from natural gas, saying it is more economical than the conventional methods.
The sorbents are utilised by coal-fired utilities to remove harmful pollutants, such as acid gases, in flue-gas treatment processes.
Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) - an umbrella entity controlling the country's state-owned oil companies including KOC - initiated a plat to liquefy acid gases four years ago.
The tubes are particularly useful for preparing trace mixtures containing atmospheric gases, light hydrocarbons and hydrides, and acid gases.
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