Prospects for the use of natural ferromanganese sorbents of hydrogen sulfide for high-temperature cleaning of syngas
The mutual effect of macrocomponents of syngas (H2, CO, CH4) and highly active natural ferromanganese sorbents of hydrogen sulfide at 500 – 800°C was investigated. On the basis of the results obtained the best absorbent of H2S from syngas was selected, and the optimum temperature of its application was determined.
Keywordshydrogen sulfide natural sorbents syngas high-temperature desulfurization sorbent reduction disproportionation of CO methane decomposition optimum sorbent
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