Nine typical aromatic compounds, i.e., Phenol, 2-Aminophenol, Aniline, 2-Chlorophenol, Chlorobenzene, β -Naphthol, Naphthalene, α -Naphthylamine and α -Chioronaphthaiene were introduced to evaluate the effects of the chemical characterization of these selected adsorbates on the desorption efficiency of the activated carbon. Both the thermal and chemical regeneration methods were employed to compare the regeneration efficiencies, operation and maintenance costs among these adsorbates and adsorbent.

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