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Post  bejoy on Wed Aug 23, 2017 1:27 am

In an interview, Shrish Patel, PhD Researcher at Orlov Materials Lab of Stony Brook University with Chemical Today Magazine talks about the ways in which air pollutants can be minimized in the cement industry.

Removing air pollutants.
The current research is to understand the interaction of nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide with crushed demolished concrete. These interactions facilitate adsorption and conversion of these oxides on the concrete surfaces. Such removal of air pollutants can be affected by several parameters, such as age, cement content, type of aggregate used, the source of demolished concrete, chemical composition, porosity. Relating these parameters to mechanisms of removal is an important part of our project.

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