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Abstract

The most common method actually used for flue gas desulphurization is the wet method, consisting of lime or limestone scrubbing. This method, although almost universally applied, has some intrinsic drawbacks: large quantities of wet slurries have to be handled, considerable amounts of waste water are produced, whereas also the disposal of large quantities of gypsum will cause problems. For these reasons, new regenerative processes may still offer considerable advantages.

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Authors: VAN VELZEN D, JRC-ISPRA;LANGENKAMP H JRC-ISPRA, JRC-ISPRA
Bibliographic Reference: ACHEMA 1988, FRANKFURT/D, JUNE 5-11, 1988, AVAILABILITY: CEC-LUXEMBOURG, DG-XIII/A2, BP 1907, MENTIONING PAPER ORA 33903 D
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Record Number: 1989126089600 / Last updated on: 1989-05-01
Category: PUBLICATION
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