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Experimental Research on a Process for the Recycling of Yellow Phosphorous Tail Gas to Produce Formic Acid
Aerosol and Air Quality Research
This study provides details of a novel continuous process to eliminate the pollution of yellow phosphorus tail gas, which can also produce high quality and low cost formic acid, with a particular focus on the high and variable viscosity of the system and the rationality of energy utilization. A compact acidification reactor was developed as the key equipment used in this novel process, based on integrating the reaction, heating and condensation reflux. In addition, the effects of the mole ratiodoi:10.4209/aaqr.2013.05.0181 fatcat:ja5dumyacnh77e6qzyole6oq3y