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Fig. 1 | Geothermal Energy

Fig. 1

From: Hydrogen sulfide removal from geothermal fluids by Fe(III)-based additives

Fig. 1

Experimental set-up: The fluid flows from the two wells (TH 1 and 2; a) first into the reaction container (b), where the Fe(III) additive can be injected and an air compressor is connected to. At the reaction container, also a flow-through cell with electrodes to measure pH, redox, dissolved oxygen (DO) and electric conductivity is installed. After passing through the filter (c), the same physicochemical parameters were measured in a monitoring device (FluMo; d). Sampling was possible at (s)

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