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Main Title Applicability of Organic Solids to the Development of New Techniques for Removing Oxides of Sulfur from Flue Gases.
Author Meyer, R. A. ; Lewi, J. L. ; Lan, J. S. ;
CORP Author TRW Systems, Redondo Beach, Calif.
Year Published 1968
Report Number 10669-6003-RO-00; PH-22-68-46;
Stock Number PB-185 887
Additional Subjects ( Air pollution ; Sulfur compounds) ; ( Absorption(Physical) ; Waste gases) ; ( Ion exchange ; Air pollution) ; ( Cellulosic plastics ; Waste gases) ; Amines ; Economics ; Chemical engineering ; Removal ; Ion exchange resins ; Polyvinyl chloride ; Sulfur dioxide ; Flue gases ; C.I. Acid Black 2 ; Polyacrylonitrile ; Poly(ethylene/carbazoyl)
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NTIS  PB-185 887 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 59p
Abstract
The report describes a detailed library search and selection of most promising organic solids for removing sulfur dioxide from flue gas, and a preliminary chemical systems analysis for candidate SO2 removal materials. A principal accomplishment of this task was the identification of a number of waste materials which have high potential for removal of SO2 from flue gases. Five organic materials were identified which offered promise for removing sulfur dioxide from flue gases: Cellulosics; Nigrosin; Poly(N-vinylcarbazole); Pyrolyzed poly(vinylchloride); and Pyrolyzed poly(acrylonitrile). The results of the preliminary chemical systems analysis demonstrate that organic solid sulfur dioxide recovery from flue gases is, in general, economically feasible where certain criteria are met. The preliminary chemical systems analysis was keyed to thermal regeneration of the organic solids, however, in the case of cellulosic materials chemical reaction and conversion of the products to useful commodities may also be a feasible process.