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K. German, E. Pawlikowska, K. Kulesza

Chemical adsorption of liquid organochlorine compounds as a method of purification

of pyrolytic oil (in English)

Polimery 2011, No 1, 67


DOI: dx.doi.org/10.14314/polimery.2011.067


Summary

In this work, a new method of purification of pyrolytic oil from organochlorine compounds with silver or platinum adsorbents was proposed and tested. The experiments carried out at temperatures from 20 up to 200 °C have shown that chosen for studies organochlorine compounds were well adsorbed from the prepared solutions. Eminently respectable results were found for silver adsorbent. A high initial cost of such adsorbents mandates their regeneration. It has been shown that it is possible to clear the adsorbent surface with hydrogen at the temperature 300—350 °C. A residue on the surface (after several cycles of adsorption/regeneration) can be burned with air.


Key words: dechlorination of pyrolytic oil, chemical adsorption, silver, platinum, regeneration

e-mail: kfgerm@chemia.pk.edu.pl

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Chemical adsorption of liquid organochlorine compounds as a method of purification of pyrolytic oil (in English)