The use of hypercrosslinked polymer sorbents and composites based on them in the sorption of toxic and bad-smelling substances
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The sorption of cadaverine from the air on hypercrosslinked polystyrene sorbents was investigated. An available technique for the introduction of iron oxide into the polystyrene matrix was proposed. The sorbents showed high capacity for cadaverine extraction from the air, and the iron-containing sorbent was quite universal and can be used to extract nicotine, scatol and hydrogen sulfide.
Key wordshypercrosslinked polystyrene sorption iron oxide hydrogen sulphide cadaverine nicotine
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- 4.V. Davankov, M. Tsyurupa, Hypercrosslinked Polymeric Networks and Adsorbing Materials, Elsevier, Oxford, 2011, 648 pp.Google Scholar