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Joseph Mizrahi: Scrubber for the treatment of flue gases. Clue, Fulbright & Jaworski, May 13, 2003: US06562304 (69 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a novel and most efficient scrubber for the treatment of flue gases from power generation plants or from chemical plants, in order to absorb objectionable impurities, such as SO


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Mizrahi Joseph: Laveur permettant de traiter les gaz dechappement, A scrubber for the treatment of flue gases. Clue, Clue, SIM & MCBURNEY, April 29, 1999: CA2308224 (15 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a novel and most efficient scrubber for the treatment of flue gases from power generation plants or from chemical plants, in order to absorb objectionable impurities, such as SO2, SO3, HCl, nitrous oxides, into a water-based solution, in which solids are not substantially pr ...


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Mizrahi Joseph: A scrubber for the treatment of flue gases. Clue, December 27, 2000: EP1062018-A1

The invention relates to a novel and most efficient scrubber for the treatment of flue gases from power generation plants or from chemical plants, in order to absorb objectionable impurities, such as SO2, SO3, HCl, nitrous oxides, into a water-based solution, in which solids are not substantially pr ...


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Jmizrahi: Scrubber for treatment of flue gases. Clue, zhou chengze, January 10, 2001: CN98811539

The invention relates to a novel and most efficient scrubber for the treatment of flue gases from power generation plants or from chemical plants, in order to absorb objectionable impurities, such as SO2, SO3, HCl, nitrous oxides, into a water-based solution, in which solids are not substantially pr ...


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Mizrahi Joseph: A scrubber for the treatment of flue gases. Clue, Mizrahi Joseph, LAVIE Simon, April 29, 1999: WO/1999/020371

The invention relates to a novel and most efficient scrubber for the treatment of flue gases from power generation plants or from chemical plants, in order to absorb objectionable impurities, such as SO¿2?, SO¿3?, HCl, nitrous oxides, into a water-based solution, in which solids are not substantiall ...


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Mizrahi Joseph: A scrubber for the treatment of flue gases. Clue, April 16, 2001: KR1020007004316

The invention relates to a novel and most efficient scrubber for the treatment of flue gases from power generation plants or from chemical plants, in order to absorb objectionable impurities, such as SO2, SO3, HCl, nitrous oxides, into a water-based solution, in which solids are not substantially pr ...



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