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Acta Phys Chim Sin >> 2002,Vol.18>> Issue(11)>> 998-1004     doi: 10.3866/PKU.WHXB20021108         中文摘要
Adsorptive Separation of N2 and Ar by some Zeolites Exchanged with Ca2+
Guan Li-Li;Duan Lian-Yun;Xie You-Chang
Institute of Physical Chemistry, College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, Peking University, Beijing 100871
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The 4A, 13X and LSX were ion exchanged by Ca2+ in water solution, and the adsorption isotherms and breakthrough curves of these zeolites were measured at 25 ℃. The data demonstrate that the 4A, 13X and LSX ion-exchanged by Ca2+ have higher adsorption capacity of N2 than the original ones, but the adsorption capacity of Ar for Ca2+ exchanged zeolites is almost the same as that of the original ones. It is clear that these Ca2+ exchanged zeolites have better adsorption selectivity for N2 than for Ar. From breakthrough curves it is known that the zeolites have a suitable pressure for adsorption separation of N2 and Ar. In the pressure range we studied, the best pressure is about 0.6 MPa. The adsorption capacities of N2 and Ar for the gas mixtures can be obtained from the breakthrough curves. Compared with the adsorption capacity of pure N2 and Ar, it can be found that nitrogen in the mixtures has a large effect on the argon adsorption capacity of the zeolites, which have higher adsorption separation selectivity for N2 and Ar.

Keywords: Zeolite 4A   Zeolite 13X   Zeolite LSX   Adsorption isotherm   Breakthrough curve  
Received: 2002-03-12 Accepted: 2002-05-10 Publication Date (Web): 2002-11-15
Corresponding Authors: Xie You-Chang Email: yxie@pku.edu.cn


Cite this article: Guan Li-Li;Duan Lian-Yun;Xie You-Chang. Adsorptive Separation of N2 and Ar by some Zeolites Exchanged with Ca2+[J]. Acta Phys. -Chim. Sin., 2002,18 (11): 998-1004.    doi: 10.3866/PKU.WHXB20021108
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