421 Environmental Applications of Adsorption I: Gas Phase

Wednesday, November 6, 2013: 8:30 AM
Union Square 22 (Hilton)
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.

Adsorption and Ion Exchange (02E)

Nick Hutson
Email: hutson.nick@epa.gov

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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