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Main Title Development of the aqueous processes for removing NO[subscript x] from flue gases,
Author Chappell, Gilford A.
Publisher E.P.A., Office of Research and Monitoring,
Year Published 1972
Report Number EPA/R2-72-051; EPA-68-02-0220
Stock Number PB-212 858
OCLC Number 15236582
Subjects Nitrogen oxides--Environmental aspects. ; Flue gases--Purification.
Additional Subjects ( Air pollution ; Nitrogen oxides) ; ( Adsorption ; Nitrogen oxides) ; ( Flue gases ; Adsorption) ; Adsorbents ; Water ; Hydroxides ; Ammonia ; Ethanolamine ; Acid treatment ; Salt water ; Adsorptivity ; Solutions ; Scrubbers ; Limestone ; Combustion products ; Carbonates ; Calcium carbonates ; Calcium hydroxides ; Air pollution control ; Alkaline scrubbing ; Ammonia scrubbing ; Limestone scrubbing
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EJBD ARCHIVE EPA R2-72-051 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 04/09/2012
EKAD  EPA-R2-72-051 Region 4 Library/Atlanta,GA 01/26/2001
NTIS  PB-212 858 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation 212 pages
Abstract
Ascreening study was conducted to evaluate the capability of aqueous solutions to scrub NOx from the flue gases emitted by stationary power plants fired with fossil fuels. The report summarizes the findings of this laboratory program. The experimental program studied the following media for absorption of NOx from flue gases containing no NOx: Water; Metal hydroxides and slurries; Ammonia and 2-aminoethanol solutions; Acid solutions; and Salt solutions. In the scrubbing of flue gas containing NO2 and SO2, absorption of NO2-SO2 by sulfites, hydroxides, and carbonates was studied. Combined NOx-SOx scrubbing seems feasible using any of several hydroxide or carbonate systems provided NOx (NO) can be efficiently oxidized to NO2 upstream from the scrubbing unit. (Author)
Notes
"EPA/R2-72-051." "September 1972."