Combined Equations (5) and (10) can calculate the total amount of Pb and 21Bi atoms in activated carbon after adsorption for any length of time (i.e., the total number of activated carbon Y).Let n=0 in Equation (10), then the accumulation and attenuation

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Combined Equations (5) and (10) can calculate the total amount of Pb and 21Bi atoms in activated carbon after adsorption for any length of time (i.e., the total number of activated carbon Y).Let n=0 in Equation (10), then the accumulation and attenuation of total atomic amount of 2Pb and 2Bi (total number of activated carbon Y) after the removal of activated carbon can be calculated in Equation (10).In fact, if thin layer activated carbon is used, the value of N should be equal to the product of the adsorption coefficient of activated carbon and radon concentration, while the radon adsorption coefficient of activated carbon mainly depends on the type of activated carbon and is affected by temperature, humidity and other factors. gold adsorption onto activated carbon 

When the radon adsorption coefficient of activated carbon is constant,n is proportional to the concentration of radon. In this case, Equation (10) represents the functional relationship among the total number of activated carbon V, radon concentration and adsorption (or exposure) time. Therefore, the concentration of radon in the environment can be calculated according to the total number of activated carbon and adsorption time.Simulation calculation and result analysis of total number of activated carbon According to Equations (5) and (10), a computer program can be written to calculate the relationship between the total number of Y in the process of radon adsorption on activated carbon and the relationship between the total number of Y after the removal of activated carbon and the change of time. activated carbon manufacturers uae  

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