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Title: Purification of carbon dioxide for reactor purposes, Part III - drying
Authors: Draycott, A
Kerr, AC
Keywords: Carbon dioxide
Reactors
Adsorption
Issue Date: Apr-1962
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: Purification
Draycott, A., Kerr, A. C. (1962). Purification of carbon dioxide for reactor purposes, Part III - drying. (AAEC/E86). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission.
Abstract: Comparison of the adsorption characteristics of the desiccants silica gel, alumina, and molecular sieves has shown that molecular sieves have by far the greatest capacity of the desiccants at the low partial pressures considered. Equilibrium data in the form of isotherms were established over the range of variables expected in the coolant circuit of a proposed Australian H.T.G.C. reactor. The mass transfer from the gas phase to molecular sieves is such that no correlation could be attempted for the adsorption zone height; the height proved to be too small.
Gov't Doc #: 730
URI: http://apo.ansto.gov.au/dspace/handle/10238/720
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