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Adsorption of styrene on the hydrothermal-modified sepiolite  [2013]

Duan, Erhong; Han, Jing; Song, Yu; Guan, Yanan; et al.

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Sepiolite modified by hydrothermal methods was used for adsorption of styrene. The specific surface area of hydrothermally modified sepiolite experienced a large increase from 29.183m²/g to 86.661m²/g. The static saturation adsorption capacity of styrene onto the modified sepiolite was 132mg/g, which was significantly higher than the saturation adsorption capacity of the raw sepiolite. The adsorption breakthrough curves of styrene on the sepiolites were measured. The adsorption capacity of sepiolite was enhanced clearly. The breakthrough curves of styrene onto the modified sepiolite shifted to the right with a decrease in the styrene concentration at gas inlet and a decrease in the temperature. The hydrothermally modified sepiolite had a high styrene adsorption capacity.
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Materials letters
ISSN : 0167-577X

Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
2015
Volume:
15 v. 111
Start Page:
150
End Page:
153
Publisher:
Elsevier B.V.
All titles:
"Adsorption of styrene on the hydrothermal-modified sepiolite"@eng
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Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
2015
Volume:
15 v. 111
Start Page:
150
End Page:
153
Publisher:
Elsevier B.V.
All titles:
"Adsorption of styrene on the hydrothermal-modified sepiolite"@eng