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factorsaffectingtheadsorbabilityofactivatedcarbonsproducedfrommunicipalsolidorganicwaste
Jie LP(解立平)1; Lin WG(林伟刚)2; Yang XM(杨学民)2
2006
Source Publicationnewcarbonmaterials
ISSN1007-8827
Volume21Issue:2Pages:156
AbstractActivated carbons were prepared by steam activation of pyrolysis products from three typical municipal solid organic wastes (MSOW), sawdust (S), paper (PA), plastics (PL) and their mixtures. Factors affecting their adsorbability were investigated. Results show that the adsorbability of MSOW based activated carbons increases with an increase of the ratio of S to PA under a constant fraction of PL, whereas the adsorbability decreases with an increase of the PL content at a constant ratio of S to PA. In addition, the adsorbability of MSOW based activated carbons exhibits a maximum with increasing pyrolysis temperature.
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ipe.ac.cn/handle/122111/32971
Collection中国科学院过程工程研究所
Affiliation1.天津工业大学
2.中国科学院过程工程研究所
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Jie LP,Lin WG,Yang XM. factorsaffectingtheadsorbabilityofactivatedcarbonsproducedfrommunicipalsolidorganicwaste[J]. newcarbonmaterials,2006,21(2):156.
APA 解立平,林伟刚,&杨学民.(2006).factorsaffectingtheadsorbabilityofactivatedcarbonsproducedfrommunicipalsolidorganicwaste.newcarbonmaterials,21(2),156.
MLA 解立平,et al."factorsaffectingtheadsorbabilityofactivatedcarbonsproducedfrommunicipalsolidorganicwaste".newcarbonmaterials 21.2(2006):156.
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