Ionic Liquids as a SO2 Absorption Media
- Ionic Liquids as a SO2 Absorption Media
- 최지식; 수자이미 조하리; 이상득; 이현주
- Sulfur dioxide; Ionic liquids; Flue gas; Absorption/Desorption; Desulfurization
- Issue Date
- Clean Technology; 청정기술
- VOL 18, NO 1, 22-30
- Separation of SO2 from the flue gases of fossil fuel power plants are important issue because of its strong environmental
impact. Industrially, SO2 is being removed with a slurry of limestone, lime or aqueous caustic soda. However, these scrubbing
processes possess several drawbacks such as the generation of huge amount of wastewater and the production of metal salts.
Recently, ionic liquids have gained increasing interest as an absorbent for acid gas, CO2 and SO2. In this review, we have introduced
the recent progress of ionic liquids as a SO2 absorbent.
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