Research experiments on carbon dioxide and activated carbon

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Activated carbon treatment of phenol-containing wastewater. Phenol-containing wastewater is widely sourced from petrochemical plants, resin plants, coking plants and oil refining and chemical plants. The experimental results show that the activated carbon has a good adsorption performance for phenol, but the increase of temperature is not conducive to adsorption, so that the adsorption capacity is   But the time to reach adsorption equilibrium is shortened by increasing the temperature. The optimum values of the amount of activated carbon and the adsorption time were found, and the removal rate changed little under acidic and neutral conditions. Under the condition of strong alkalinity, the removal rate of phenol decreased sharply, the stronger the alkalinity, the worse the adsorption effect. granular activated charcoal buy 

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