Experimental Methods for Determining Carbon Dioxide Capture in the Presence of Water Vapor
In the real world, capture/adsorption of CO2 is often a competition with other gas-phase species, most commonly water vapor. In some cases, the concentration of H2O vapor is much higher than that of CO2 further complicating the adsorption process.
This presentation, delivered by one of the world’s leading authorities in sorption science, Dr. Daryl Williams, will compare the use of two of the most commonly used experimental approaches for studying CO2 sorption in the presence of H2O vapor; gravimetric analysis using Dynamic Vapour Sorption (DVS) and breakthrough analyzer studies. To give the audience maximum insight, experimental details and case study comparisons of adsorbent performance will also be presented.