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Appendix E Adsorption Separations: Alternative Modes of Operation
Pages 80-81

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... (The shape actually depends on the nature of the adsorption isotherm; the shape shown in Figure E-1 applies to a common type of isotherm a "favorable" isotherm, shown in Figure E-2.) Gas in o o ~ ._ ~ 0 Gas out ~ FIGURE E-1 Typical concentration profile of a material strongly adsorbed on a solid.
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... Electrostatic precipitators do not provide the short flow time through a bed, and therefore, have lower adsorption capacity. Both methods of implementing activated carbon pollution control systems significantly reduce the gas concentrations of adsorbed species.

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