The Removal of Mercury From Flue Gas via Oxidation Reactions Along with the On-Site Analysis of Mercury Through Anodic Stripping Voltammetry
Weihi, Jeffrey T.
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In this thesis, studies of the oxidation of mercury and the analysis of mercury in flue gas will be presented. Through quantum mechanical calculations, Wilcox showed that HOCl is a better oxidizer of mercury than HCl and Cl2. This result can be applied for the removal of mercury in flue gas. The optimal conditions for a gold-plated iridium Nano-Band array ultramicroelectrode for the detection of mercury were studied by Xiao, et al. Applications of this research will allow on site testing of flue gas samples containing mercury.
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