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Nuclear Science and Engineering
Volume 144 / Number 3 / July 2003 / Pages 258-260
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The breakthrough curves for radioactive gases passing through an adsorption bed are calculated using a modification of the Hougen-Marshall equation commonly used in chemical engineering. This model gives exp(-N) as a lower limit to the fractional reduction in activity of the gas passing through the bed, where N is the number of transfer units.
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