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|Title:||Technique for adsorption of toxic gases<sub> </sub>on metal and salt impregnated cellulose strips|
|Keywords:||Scanning electron micrograph|
|Series/Report no.:||B 81 B 7/02|
|Abstract:||Adsorption of CO, NO<sub>2</sub>, SO<sub>2</sub>, CO<sub>2</sub> gases individually and CO with NO<sub>2</sub> on surfaces of transitional metals and their sulfate, chloride and oxide salts of 100<img src='/image/spc_char/micro.gif'> have been studied. The chemical substances were impregnated on the resin + ethyl cellulose blend coated cellulose strips of 8x3 cm<sup>2 </sup>made of Whatman filter paper 42. The metals and salts (adsorbents) have been impregnated separately on cellulose strip. The dried melamine methylurea formaldehyde polymer resin was blended with ethyl cellulose powder (1:0.05) for higher porosity. The vacant forces of adsorbent develop interaction with gases, as they happen to be the polar and form coordination bond. Thereby weight gain was observed and confirmation was made with IR, SEM and XRF techniques.|
|ISSN:||0975-1084 (Online); 0022-4456 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||JSIR Vol.64(03) [March 2005]|
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