Published December 1973
by John Wiley & Sons Inc .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||238|
The adsorption of WS-AM and WS-CA-AM for MO and Cr 2 O 7 2− was better, and the removal of MO and Cr 2 O 7 2− can reach 80% in 30 min. Most adsorption processes of these pollutants are endothermic reaction; temperature can be another factor that affects the adsorption rate and amount (Huang et al., c, d; Huang et al., a). However Cited by: In book: Partition and Adsorption of Organic Contaminants in Environmental Systems, pp The adsorption isotherms of hydrogen (°K) and oxygen (° and Author: Cary T Chiou. Mayekawa is another producer of silica gel–water adsorption units. The adsorption chiller of this company works with 75 °C hot water, provides 14 °C chilled water, and has a COP of This company has also produced zeolite-water adsorption chillers with capacities of , , and kW ( to kWe per kW of cooling capacity). Benzene adsorption capacity is mg/g at 30 °C and pressure P/P 0 = (under the same conditions, the adsorption amount of SBA, HZSM-5 and commercial activated carbon is , , mg/g). The adsorption time of MIL and activated carbon for .
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