Single and multicomponent adsorption from liquid phase on activated carbon in a finite bath process

M.S. Kouyoumdjiev, M.A.G. Vorstman, P.J.A.M. Kerkhof

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    The mechanisms determining the overall rate of adsorption in a batch system are investigated. Three different kinetic models are used to simulate the adsorption behaviour of various organic compounds from dilute water solutions on activated carbon. Comparison is made between two basically different ways of formulating the flux equations inside the carbon particle - the Fickian approach and the Maxwell-Stefan approach. The models are applied to two different single-component systems in view of using the calculated diffusion coefficients in multicomponent batch and column adsorption. The model with constant apparent diffusivity is used to describe the behaviour of the two-component batch experiments.
    Originele taal-2Engels
    TitelPrecision process technology : perspectives for pollution prevention
    RedacteurenM.P.C. Weijnen, A.A.H Drinkenburg
    Plaats van productieDordrecht
    UitgeverijKluwer Academic Publishers
    Pagina's257-266
    ISBN van geprinte versie0-7923-2150-2
    StatusGepubliceerd - 1993
    Evenementconference; International Conference on Precision Process Technology ; 1 (Delft) : October 1992. -
    Duur: 1 jan 1993 → …

    Congres

    Congresconference; International Conference on Precision Process Technology ; 1 (Delft) : October 1992.
    Periode1/01/93 → …
    AnderInternational Conference on Precision Process Technology ; 1 (Delft) : October 1992.

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