Cleaning of gases formed during thermal detoxication of polluting substances
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A scheme is developed for the moist cleaning of gases in a system consisting of an oxidizing reactor and bag filter. A suspension of calcium hydroxide (lime) is used as a sorbent. Reactions that occurred during absorption are cited. Advantages of the moist method of removing acidic components and suspended solid particles from flue gases are described.
KeywordsCalcium Phosphate Calcium Carbonate Acidic Component Somane Calcium Hydroxide
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