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Mercury capture from flue gas on regenerable sorbents

AuthorsGarcía-Díez, Enrique; Gómez Giménez, Carmen; Ballestero Fernández, Diego; Rubio Villa, Begoña ; Juan Mainar, Roberto; Izquierdo Pantoja, María Teresa
KeywordsMercury capture
Regenerable sorbent
Au nanoparticles
Carbon monolith
Issue Date12-May-2013
CitationCCT2013 (2013)
AbstractThe aim of this work is to evaluate elemental Hg capture in presence of different compounds in flue gas by a honeycomb structured Au/C regenerable sorbent. Results of mercury capture were obtained in a bench scale experimental installation working at high space velocities 25000 h-1 for sorbent, a retention temperature from 50ºC to 150ºC and a high inlet concentration of either 11 or 22 ppb. The influence of other species rather than mercury present in the simulated flue gas on the sorbent performance was tested, in particular the effect on both Hg oxidation in presence of gold and Au oxidation.
Description3 figures.-- Work presented at the 6th International Conference on Clean Coal Technologies, CCT2013 in Thessaloniki, Greece. 12-16 May 2013.
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