Adsorption of H2S on Residual Biomass Gasification Char

F. Marchelli, F. Patuzzi, E. Cordioli, E. Sisani, L. Barelli, M. Baratieri, B. Bosio & E. Arato
Char is the solid by-product of biomass gasification. Plant owners usually dispose of it at a cost, but its high carbon content and surface area could make it suitable for further applications. In this work, we studied its potential to adsorb hydrogen sulphide (H2S), a common pollutant, e.g. present in the producer gas of gasification, as well as in biogas from anaerobic digestion. We tested different samples of char collected from commercial gasification plants in...
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