New Processes for Cleaning Gas Emissions from Nitrogen Oxides
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The process of cleaning exhaust gases from nitrogen oxides with a solution of carbamide has been examined. Neutral nitrogen, carbon dioxide and ammonium nitrate solution as a fertilizer are formed as a result of the purification. The mechanism of reactive absorption of nitrogen oxides with a solution of carbamide is investigated. The effect of nitrogen oxides concentration, solution temperature, gas flow rate on the degree of purification is shown.
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