Theoretical and experimental study of the adsorption on radioactive gases on continuous flow columns
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A bimolecular reaction model was used to describe the adsorption process in continuous flow columns filled with solid adsorbents. The analytical solution of the model for low gas concentrations and a cascade-type numerical method for higher gas concentrations were developed. An air flow apparatus using activated carbon as adsorbent and methyl-iodide labelled with125I as adsorbate was constructed for measuring breakthrough- and accumulation curves.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Experimental Study Inorganic Chemistry Activate Carbon Adsorption Process
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