421 Environmental Applications of Adsorption I: Gas Phase

Wednesday, November 6, 2013: 8:30 AM
Union Square 22 (Hilton)
Description:
This session seeks papers that describe environmental applications of gas/vapor-phase adsorption systems. This could include papers on fundamental studies, development and characterization of environmentally benefical adsorbent materials, and testing or demonstration of adsorption systems.

Sponsor:
Air
Co-Sponsor(s):
Adsorption and Ion Exchange (02E)

Chair:
Nick Hutson
Email: hutson.nick@epa.gov

Co-Chair:
F. Handan Tezel
Email: handan.tezel@uottawa.ca

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.


8:50 AM
(421b) Removal of Low Vapor Pressure Perfluoroalkanes By Activated Carbon
Bryan J. Schindler, James H. Buchanan, John J. Mahle, Gregory W. Peterson and T. Grant Glover

9:30 AM
(421d) Mercury Interaction With the Fine Fraction of Coal Fly Ash in a Simulated Coal Power Plant Flue Gas Stream
Adam D. Jew, Erik C. Rupp, Ji-Eun Jung, Gabriela Farfan, Gordon E. Brown Jr. and Jennifer Wilcox

10:10 AM
(421f) Gas-Phase Mercury Removal Using Sulfur Doped Porous Carbon
K Suresh Kumar Reddy, Ahmed Al Shoaibi and C Srinivasakannan
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