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Modification of active carbon and zeolite as ammonia separation materials for a new de-NOx process with ammonia on-site synthesis

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Ammonia adsorption and desorption behavior of surface treated active carbon (AC) and ion-exchanged Y zeolite, as ammonia separation and storage materials for a new de-NOx process with ammonia on-site synthesis, were studied. Surface oxidized AC adsorbed more ammonia than non-treated AC due to ammonium ion formation. These materials were found to increase weak adsorption of ammonia and to be useful for pressure swing adsorption. Transition metal ion exchanged Y-zeolite adsorbed more ammonia (both weak and strong form) than Na Y-zeolite due to ammine complex formation. These materials adsorb and desorb more ammonia than treated AC when used for temperature swing adsorption.


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