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Kinetic model of the reaction of oxidation of hydrogen sulfide in the process of catalytic after-incineration of waste gases from sulfur production units at oil and gas refining plants

Kinetic model of the reaction of oxidation of hydrogen sulfide in the process of catalytic after-incineration of waste gases from sulfur production units at oil and gas refining plants

Soviet Chemical Industry 22(11): 56-60

The waste gases from units producing sulfur by the Claus method, which unavoidably contain residual amounts of hydrogen sulfide, are incinerated to sulfur dioxide in after-incinerators (540-800 degrees C) prior to being discharged into the atmosphere. A kinetic model of the oxidation of hydrogen sulfide to sulfur dioxide under conditions of catalytic after-incineration is discussed.

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