紀要論文 Developing Wood–Based Activated Carbon Fibers Paperboard for Thermal Absorption Filtration of Oil Fume

LIN, Han Chien  ,  FUJIMOTO, Noboru

63 ( 1 )  , pp.83 - 91 , 2018-02-27 , Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University
ISSN:0023-6152
NII書誌ID(NCID):AA00697606
内容記述
This study evaluated Wood–Based Activated Carbon Fibers Paperboard (WACFP) made of different proportions of wood–based activated carbon fibers (WACFs) with wood pulp as the oil fume absorbing material. The WACFPs, in basis weights of 180 g/m2 and with 0, 10, and 40% WACFs, absorbed peanut oil fume at the smoke point, absorption saturation was reached at 80, 110, and 120 min, and oil fume absorption was 0.0203–0.0304 g/cm2. The WACFPs, in basis weights of 360 g/m2 and with 0, 10, and 40% WACFs, reached absorption saturation at 210, 250, and 260 min, and oil fume absorption was 0.0424–0.0604 g/cm2. For Ames test, the oil fume absorbed by WACFPs extracted by methanol at concentrations higher than 0.10 mg/plate had cytotoxicity with Salmonella typhimurium TA98 (±S9) and TA100 (±S9); and the Mutagenicity ratio of methanol oil fume extracts at concentration of 0.05 mg/plate for Salmonella typhimurium TA98 (±S9) and TA100 (±S9) were higher than 2, representing very high mutagenicity for Salmonella typhimurium TA98 and TA100. According to the GC–MS analysis of the n–hexane soluble fraction of oil fume, the trans–trans–2,4–decadienal (t–t–2,4–DDE) was the main mutagenic compound of peanut oil fume probably
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