Elemental mercury removal from syngas by porous carbon-supported CuCl2 sorbents

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Volume: 239, Pages: 138 - 144
Published: Mar 1, 2019
Abstract
A series of sorbents based on biomass-derived porous carbon-supported CuCl2 (CuCl2-PC) were synthesized and employed for elemental mercury (Hg0) removal from the syngas. The CuCl2-PC sorbent with a Cu mass content of 5.6 wt% exhibited superior Hg0 adsorption ability (98.5%) at 200 °C. The meso-/micropores structure of porous carbon is favorable for the well-dispersing of CuCl2 in the inner pores with the formations of abundant Cu and Cl active...
Paper Details
Title
Elemental mercury removal from syngas by porous carbon-supported CuCl2 sorbents
Published Date
Mar 1, 2019
Journal
Volume
239
Pages
138 - 144
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