Study of phenol and carbon dioxide adsorption by the sorbents based on montomorillonite and diatomite
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The nature, concentration and strength of the basic sites on the outer and inner surfaces of diatomite and bentonite toward adsorption of carbon dioxide and phenol was studied by derivatographic methods in respect of the conditions of processing the samples.
KeywordsZeolite Sodium Hydroxide Diatomite Basic Site Endothermic Effect
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