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Carbon letters v.28, 2018년, pp.81 - 86   SCIE
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Adsorptive removal of odour substances and NO and catalytic esterification using empty fruit bunch derived biochar

Lee, Hyung Won   (School of Environmental Engineering, University of Seoul  ); Kim, Jae-Kon   (Research Institute of Petroleum Technology, Korea Petroleum Quality & Distribution Authority  ); Park, Young-Kwon   (School of Environmental Engineering, University of Seoul  );
  • 초록

    Empty fruit bunch (EFB) char was used to remove $NO_x$ and odorous substances. The physicochemical properties of the EFB chars were altered by steam or KOH treatments. The Brunauer-Emmett-Teller surface area and porosity were measured to determine the properties of the modified EFB chars. The $deNO_x$ and adsorption test for hydrogen sulphide and acetaldehyde were performed to determine the feasibility of the modified EFB chars. The KOH-treated EFB (KEFB) char revealed higher $deNO_x$ efficiency than with commercial activated carbon. The Cu-impregnated EFB char also had high $deNO_x$ efficiency at temperatures higher than $150^{\circ}C$ . The KEFB char showed the highest hydrogen sulphide and acetaldehyde adsorption ability, followed by the steam-treated EFB char and untreated EFB char. Moreover, the product prepared by sulfonation of EFB char showed excellent performance for esterification of palm fatty acid distillate for biodiesel production.


  • 주제어

    char .   adsorption .   activation .   catalyst .   pyrolysis.  

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