A Comparison of the Low-Temperature Adsorption of Nitrogen and Methane from Hydrogen Gas on Three Different Adsorbents
The purpose of this paper Is to present sufficient data, first to test an empirical adsorption correlation for the nitrogen-hydrogen and methane-hydrogen systems, and second, to allow a comparison of three different adsorbents in removing small amounts of nitrogen or methane from high-pressure hydrogen gas streams.
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