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Netteland Loyal G, Heintz Clifford E: Endothermal carbon dioxide absorption. A T O, Christel & Bean, September 23, 1975: US3906945 (8 worldwide citation)

The absorption of CO.sub.2 from gas streams by lithium hydroxide can be caused to proceed at least partially by the reaction ##EQU1## The reaction is endothermal, and more efficient than the normally occurring reaction. The presence of a molecular sieve and water favor the bicarbonate reaction.


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Netteland Loyal G, Heintz Clifford E: Absorption endothermique du dioxyde de carbone, Endothermal carbon dioxide absorption. A T O, July 17, 1979: CA1058383

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE The absorption of CO2 from gas streams by lithiumhydroxide can be caused to proceed at least partially by thereaction Image The reaction is endothermal, and more efficient thanthe normally occurring reaction. The presence of a molecularsieve and water favor the bicarbonate ...


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Heintz Clifford E: Bougie de chlorhydrate doxyde de cobalt, Cobalt oxide chlorate candle. A T O, July 15, 1980: CA1081434

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSUREA substantially fuel-free oxygen-generating compositionconsisting essentially of an alkali metal chlorate which maycontain a small amount of perchlorate, in combination with acatalytic amount in the order of about 0.5 to 5.0% by weightof cobalt oxide.