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"Provides an summary of clinical and technological matters in environmental purposes of carbon fabrics. Emphasizes the flexibility of carbon fabrics in either gasoline- and liquid-phase environmental functions, together with a dialogue of rising applied sciences. Highlights the ability and power possibilities afforded via NMR spectroscopy for knowing the interplay of carbon fabrics with adsorbed molecules."

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Of particular concern are carcinogenic agents such as vinyl chloride [33], for which Canada has a recommended maximum exposure limit of 3 mg/m3. 9 at mg/m3. Activated carbon has been found to be an efficient adsorbent for the removal of several of these halogenated hydrocarbons from landfill gas [34]. The significant volumes of gas evolved from large landfill sites and the high proportion of methane that is present makes it a potentially valuable energy resource. , USA, who have developed technology to recover methane at yieldsof over 90% [35].

Fires always start with hot-spots in parts of the bed where the a i d o w is reduced due to poor design. The susceptibility of the carbon bed to autoignition can be reduced by removing soluble alkali sodium and potassium salts, that may be present as impurities in the activated carbon and which can function as combustion and gasification catalysts” [29]. Chlorinated hydrocarbons can be hydrolyzed toform highly corrosive hydrogen chloride, which can lead to rapid degradation of the materials of construction TABLE 2 Solvents Recovered byActivatedCarbonAdsorption toluene heptane hexane pentane carbon tetrachloride acetone ethyl acetate methyl ethyl ketone(MEK) naphthalene methylene chloride tetrahydrofuran white spirit benzene xylene petroleum ether Derbyshire et al.

Of particular concern are carcinogenic agents such as vinyl chloride [33], for which Canada has a recommended maximum exposure limit of 3 mg/m3. 9 at mg/m3. Activated carbon has been found to be an efficient adsorbent for the removal of several of these halogenated hydrocarbons from landfill gas [34]. The significant volumes of gas evolved from large landfill sites and the high proportion of methane that is present makes it a potentially valuable energy resource. , USA, who have developed technology to recover methane at yieldsof over 90% [35].

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