Mass Transfer in VOC Adsorption on Zeolite : Experimental and Theoretical Breakthrough Curves

Abstract : From experimental results of adsorption of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) on zeolite, we propose simulations of the breakthrough curves based on the Linear Driving Force model. Experiments were run on fixed beds of hydrophobic commercial zeolites. Pollutants chosen are from several chemical classes with different polarities. A good agreement between experimental and numerical results is found when an adjustable value of the internal mass-transfer coefficient is used. A constant value of effective diffusivity is found independent of the nature and the amount of VOCs adsorbed. A relation linking intrapellet mass-transfer coefficient and equilibrium constant is proposed, including the average effective diffusivity, to make predictions of breakthrough curves for any kind of volatile organic pollutant in gaseous effluents
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Stephan Brosillon, Marie-Hélène Manero, Jean-Noel Foussard. Mass Transfer in VOC Adsorption on Zeolite : Experimental and Theoretical Breakthrough Curves. Environmental Science & Technology, American Chemical Society, 2001, 35 (17), pp.3571-3575. ⟨10.1021/es010017x⟩. ⟨hal-01897855⟩

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