Kinetics of trona sulfur dioxide reaction

2001-01-01
Guldur, C
Dogu, G
Doğu, Timur
One of the most efficient methods of desulfurization of flue gases involves the reaction of SO2 with activated soda in a dry system. In this work, reactivities of activated soda produced from trona by direct calcination and by spray drying of trona solution were compared and a reaction mechanism was proposed. Due to the textural variations of the solid during the reaction and due to the increased significance of adsorption of SO2, at low temperatures, a two step reaction behavior was observed. Predictions from the deactivation model gave satisfactory agreement with the experimental data.
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Citation Formats
C. Guldur, G. Dogu, and T. Doğu, “Kinetics of trona sulfur dioxide reaction,” CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND PROCESSING, pp. 13–18, 2001, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/62751.