Determination of Solid and Liquid Impurities in Synthesis Gas - 1954
L. J. Kane1/
H. W. Wainwright1/
C. C. Shale2/
A. E. Sands3/
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|Summary and conclusions||1|
|Sampling the gas stream||3|
|Laboratory-scale equipment for testing sampling methods||3|
|Selection of sampling point||3|
|Sampling in pilot plants||6|
|High temperature sampling||7|
|Separation of the solid and liquid impurities from the sample gas stream||8|
|Highly purified gas||12|
|Large-area filter papers||13|
|Designs for large-area filter-paper holders||14|
|Gas under superatmospheric pressures||14|
|Examination of the solid and liquid impurities||15|
|Weighing large-area filters||17|
|Use of automatic instruments||17|
1/ Chemical engineer, Synthesis Gas Branch, Bureau of Mines, Morgantown, W. Va.
2/ Chemist, Synthesis Gas Branch, Bureau of Mines, Morgantown, W. A.
3/ Assistant chief, Synthesis Gas Branch, Bureau of Mines, Morgantown, W. Va.; now with Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corp., Oak Ridge, Tenn.