Removal of Nitric Oxide from Gas Streams Via Direct Chlorine Injection

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Title Removal of Nitric Oxide from Gas Streams Via Direct Chlorine Injection
Creator Hixson, Eric M.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1990
Spatial Coverage presented at San Francisco, California
Abstract A method for the removal of nitric oxide from gas streams is described. This patented Dow process consists of injection of gaseous chlorine into a NO-laden gas stream followed by rigorous scrubbing using an acidic aqueous solution. Comparable trials using water and different concentration brines are also reviewed. Removal efficiencies of +90% were observed in laboratory situations. Removal was found to be highly dependent upon gas stream Cl2:NO partial pressure ratio, scrubber temperature and pH. The process was determined to be highly mass transferred controlled and a reaction mechanism is proposed for the corresponding liquid phase chemistry.
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