volume 3, issue 1, P77-102 1968
DOI: 10.1080/01496396808052208
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Abstract: The results from a study of the removal of gaseous hydrogen chloride by the solid, metal organic complex, chromium oxinate, in a fixed-bed adsorption column is presented in the form of adsorption curves or exit gas concentration histories. These experimental curves are subsequently compared to the solutions of a theoretical mathematical model representing the adsorption process. The model incorporates axial diffusion, as described by G. I. Taylor. A gas phase mass-transfer resistance and a solid-phase adsorpt…

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