Paper Title:
Enhanced Adsorption of Dimethyl Sulfide by Micronized Carbonaceous Adsorbent
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This study was focused on investigation of the adsorption property of micronized carbonaceous adsorbent for odorant dimethyl sulfide. Adsorption experiments were also conducted for the adsorption of dimethyl sulfide by chemically-modified carbonaceous adsorbent for comparison. It was shown that the adsorption capacity of micronized carbonaceous adsorbent increased by 94% compared with pristine powdered activated carbons (PACs), and increased by 42% compared with chemically-modified PACs. The micronized carbon demonstrated not only an enhanced adsorption performance for dimethyl sulfide, but also an environmentally-friendly adsorbent without secondary pollution.

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Xianjun Lu and Jun Qiu
Pages
76-80
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.158.76
Citation
M. Wang, Z. H. Huang, F. Y. Kang, G. S. Gai, "Enhanced Adsorption of Dimethyl Sulfide by Micronized Carbonaceous Adsorbent", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 158, pp. 76-80, 2011
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November 2010
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