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CO2 capture by amine-enriched fly ash carbon sorbents
Separation and Purification Technology
  • Steven Chuang, The University of Akron
  • M. L. Gray
  • Y. Soong
  • K. J. Champagne
  • John Baltrus
  • R. W. Stevens, Jr., The University Of Akron
  • P. Toochinda, The University Of Akron
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
2-1-2004
Abstract
The capture of CO2 from gas streams has been achieved by the utilization of amine-enriched fly ash carbon sorbent system. The initial fly ash carbon sorbents were generated by the chemical treatment of carbon-enriched fly ash concentrates with a 3-chloropropylamine-hydrochloride (CPAHCL) solution at 25 °C. It was determined that these amine-enriched fly ash carbon sorbents performed at a 9% CO2 capture capacity based on commercially available sorbents. The chemical sorption performance of these amine-enriched fly ash carbon sorbents will be described within this paper.
Citation Information
Steven Chuang, M. L. Gray, Y. Soong, K. J. Champagne, et al.. "CO2 capture by amine-enriched fly ash carbon sorbents" Separation and Purification Technology Vol. 35 Iss. 1 (2004) p. 31 - 36
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/steven_chuang/32/