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Comprehensive Utilization of Biomass Process Residues Rich in Cellulose
Zhong, M.; Li, Q. A.; Yu, J. A.; Dong, L.; Wang, Y.; Xu, G. W.
2010
Conference Name2nd International Symposium on Aqua Science, Water Resource and Low Carbon Energy
Source PublicationAIP Conference Proceedings 卷: 1251 页: 229-233
Pages229-233
Conference DateDEC 07-10, 2009
Conference PlaceSanya, PEOPLES R CHINA
PublisherAmer Inst Physics
AbstractThis article investigated the method preparing porous material (PM) with VL and SL. Applications of the prepared material was tested in removal aqueous phenol and COD in tarry water and as the catalyst support for selective catalytic reduction (SCR) of NO in flue gas. The results showed that the optimal activation condition in CO(2) for the carbonized VL at 800 degrees C was at 875 degrees C for 1 h, which provided large BET surface area and micropore volume. This material exhibited the highest adsorption to aqueous phenol among all the tested materials including a commercial activated carbon made from coconut shell, showing the potential application of the VL-base porous material in wastewater treatment. The study demonstrated also that the vanadium-base selective catalytic reduction (SCR) catalyst supported on the VL-base porous material (V(2)O(5)/VL-PM) provided fairly good activity as well SO(2) resistance at temperatures round 200 degrees C for SCR of NO. The activation of the carbonized SL material in H(2)O was better than that in CO(2) for developing the pore structure of the porous material. Steam can improve the formation of mesopore than CO(2). This was confirmed by the conclusion that higher COD removal rate was occurred on the PM-1 from SL when H(2)O was used as an activator.
KeywordPorous Material Vinegar Lees Spirit Lees Phenol Adsorption Cod Removal Scr Catalyst
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Language英语
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ipe.ac.cn/handle/122111/11321
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Zhong, M.,Li, Q. A.,Yu, J. A.,et al. Comprehensive Utilization of Biomass Process Residues Rich in Cellulose[C]:Amer Inst Physics,2010:229-233.
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