The problem of recovering carbon disulfide from a mixture of air and carbon disulfide is encountered in the manufacture of viscose rayon. The completeness of the removal must be high, both because of the expense of the material and also from the standpoint of health and safety. One method for the removal of carbon disulfide from air is that of absorption in a suitable liquid. This method was studied, and one part of this study, the choice of solvents and measurement of equilibrium vapor pressures, is reported here.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
©1953 Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.
Reed, Robert H. and Osburn, James O.
"The Equilibrium Vapor Pressures of Some Carbon Disulfide Solutions,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 60(1), 308-314.
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