Application of Modified Carbon Molecular Sieves for Air Separation Based on Adsorption Kinetics

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Several kinds of modified carbon molecular sieves (CMSs) were applied for air dynamic separation by pressure swing adsorption (PSA) at ambient temperature. The textural properties were characterized by N2 adsorption/desorption isotherms at 77 K. Linear driving force (LDF) model was used to fit the experimental data for the mixed gas. Results had shown that the modified CMSs with Cu2+ had the highest separation factor for air separation comparing to other samples.

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Z.S. Liu, L.P. Xu, X.D. Liang, Z.H. Wang and H.M. Zhang

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H. L. Sun et al., "Application of Modified Carbon Molecular Sieves for Air Separation Based on Adsorption Kinetics", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 1015, pp. 447-452, 2014

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