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Pretreatment and physical activation of acetylene cokes

Stoeckli, Fritz ; Huguenin, Didier

In: Fuel, 1994, vol. 73, no. 12, p. 1929-1930

Pretreatment of acetylene cokes at 450 °C with a mixture of nitrogen, oxygen and water vapour creates a relatively large surface area and some initial microporosity, further developed by water activation at 800 °C. For the same degree of burn-off, but without pretreatment, large micropores (L > 2–3 nm) are obtained and the external surface area remains small. Plus

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    Summary
    Pretreatment of acetylene cokes at 450 °C with a mixture of nitrogen, oxygen and water vapour creates a relatively large surface area and some initial microporosity, further developed by water activation at 800 °C. For the same degree of burn-off, but without pretreatment, large micropores (L > 2–3 nm) are obtained and the external surface area remains small.