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Carbon-Based Honeycomb Monoliths for Environmental Gas-Phase Applications
Departamento de Química Inorgánica, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Granada, 18071 Granada, Spain
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Received: 23 December 2009; in revised form: 3 February 2010 / Accepted: 11 February 2010 / Published: 19 February 2010
Abstract: Honeycomb monoliths consist of a large number of parallel channels that provide high contact efficiencies between the monolith and gas flow streams. These structures are used as adsorbents or supports for catalysts when large gas volumes are treated, because they offer very low pressure drop, short diffusion lengths and no obstruction by particulate matter. Carbon-based honeycomb monoliths can be integral or carbon-coated ceramic monoliths, and they take advantage of the versatility of the surface area, pore texture and surface chemistry of carbon materials. Here, we review the preparation methods of these monoliths, their characteristics and environmental applications.
Keywords: carbon-coated honeycomb monoliths; integral carbon honeycomb monoliths; NO removal; volatile organic compounds removal
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Moreno-Castilla, C.; Pérez-Cadenas, A.F. Carbon-Based Honeycomb Monoliths for Environmental Gas-Phase Applications. Materials 2010, 3, 1203-1227.
Moreno-Castilla C, Pérez-Cadenas AF. Carbon-Based Honeycomb Monoliths for Environmental Gas-Phase Applications. Materials. 2010; 3(2):1203-1227.
Moreno-Castilla, Carlos; Pérez-Cadenas, Agustín F. 2010. "Carbon-Based Honeycomb Monoliths for Environmental Gas-Phase Applications." Materials 3, no. 2: 1203-1227.