空気に含まれるキシレンおよびベンゼンの分解への放射線照射効果 Effect of Ionizing Radiation on Decomposition of Xylene and Benzene Contained in Air
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A research work was carried out on effect of ionizing radiation on decomposition and aerosol formation from xylene and benzene contained in air to get information for the possibility to develop a new pollution control technology. Flow and batch systems were used in the experiments. Irradiation was mainly carried out by an electron accelerator. Gamma ray from Co-60 was also used to compare the effect of dose rate on decomposition reactions. The decomposition efficiencies of xylene and benzene by electron beam were about 70 % of those by gamma ray. The conversions of decomposed xylene and benzene to aerosols at 10 kGy by electron beam irradiation were 55 % and 30 %, respectively. While, those for gamma ray irradiation were 64 % and 56 %.
- Earozoru Kenkyu
Earozoru Kenkyu 12(2), 115-123, 1997-06-20
Japan Association of Aerosol Science and Technology