Union Carbide's novel oxygen-enhanced combustion of hazardous wastes wins the 1989 Kirkpatrick Chemical Engineering Achievement Award
The nitrogen in air is a bulky and inconvenient inert during combustion, so the lure of using pure oxygen to burn organic wastes has long been recognized. But so have some seemingly intractable problems linked with the idea — in particular, excessive...
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