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“…Studies on carbon monoxide separation from gases began as early as World War I. ,, Most of the processes involve numerous kinds of catalysts that can directly oxide carbon monoxide to carbon dioxide or chemically adsorb carbon monoxide on the catalyst surface. The metals that can chemically adsorb carbon monoxide include copper, palladium, cobalt, or even gold . The catalysts that were evaluated for their catalytic activity for converting carbon monoxide to carbon dioxide include lithium doped nickel oxide-silica, metallophthalocyanine monolayers supported on graphite, potassium carbonate promoted iron, magnesium oxide, or zinc oxide …”
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“…Studies on carbon monoxide separation from gases began as early as World War I. ,, Most of the processes involve numerous kinds of catalysts that can directly oxide carbon monoxide to carbon dioxide or chemically adsorb carbon monoxide on the catalyst surface. The metals that can chemically adsorb carbon monoxide include copper, palladium, cobalt, or even gold . The catalysts that were evaluated for their catalytic activity for converting carbon monoxide to carbon dioxide include lithium doped nickel oxide-silica, metallophthalocyanine monolayers supported on graphite, potassium carbonate promoted iron, magnesium oxide, or zinc oxide …”
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“…From this study it has been concluded that the aqueous extract of leaves of Hibiscus platinifonlius Linn having good anti-arthritic activity, which is comparable to Diclofenac sodium. [24][25][26][27][28]…”
Section: Anti Arthritic Activity Of Hibiscus Platinifolius Linnmentioning