Carbon Adsorbents for Thermal Desorption

Carbon Adsorbents for Thermal...

Supelco® researchers have been at the forefront of carbon adsorbent research and product development for more than 40 years. Initial work focused on understanding how thermodynamic and kinetic properties affect the performance of both existing and novel carbons. With knowledge gained from this fundamental research, we developed new, cutting-edge carbon adsorbents with significant advances in technology. The innovation and high-performance of our specialty carbon adsorbents even resulted in their use for experiments in space.  The 1977 Voyager 1 mission through our solar system, 1995 Galileo...

Supelco® researchers have been at the forefront of carbon adsorbent research and product development for more than 40 years. Initial work focused on understanding how thermodynamic and kinetic properties affect the performance of both existing and novel carbons. With knowledge gained from this fundamental research, we developed new, cutting-edge carbon adsorbents with significant advances in technology. The innovation and high-performance...

Supelco® researchers have been at the forefront of carbon adsorbent research and product development for more than 40 years. Initial work focused on understanding how thermodynamic and kinetic...

Analysis of Metals

Analysis of Metals

Metals and their toxicological effect to both human health and the environment are an emotive subject. Film dramatisations bring the subject to the wider public, spurring interest outside the scientific community. Metals of interest are sometimes termed “heavy metals”, a term which is often misleading as there are a variety of definitions of heavy metals, based on density, atomic number, atomic weight, chemical properties or toxicity. The same metals are also called “trace elements” or “trace metals/metalloids”, however broadly speaking the group of metals of...

Metals and their toxicological effect to both human health and the environment are an emotive subject. Film dramatisations bring the subject to the wider public, spurring interest outside the scientific community. Metals of interest are sometimes termed “heavy metals”, a term which is often misleading as there are a variety of definitions of heavy metals, based on density, atomic number,...

Metals and their toxicological effect to both human health and the environment are an emotive subject. Film dramatisations bring the subject to the wider public, spurring interest outside...

The Earth from Space

The Earth from Space

The Earth’s climate is changing. We face grave risks and there are already signs of change in the increased frequency of extreme weather conditions globally. Remote sensing of the Earth from space is the main way we have to obtain the trustable global data needed to understand climate change and to provide information that enables policy makers to adopt appropriate mitigation and adaptation strategies. Detecting a climate trend for key observable parameters of the Earth system requires observations over decades. The natural variability of the...

The Earth’s climate is changing. We face grave risks and there are already signs of change in the increased frequency of extreme weather conditions globally. Remote sensing of the Earth from space is the main way we have to obtain the trustable global data needed to understand climate change and to provide information that enables policy makers to adopt appropriate...

The Earth’s climate is changing. We face grave risks and there are already signs of change in the increased frequency of extreme weather conditions globally. Remote sensing of...

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