Abstract In this article it is reported the use of Polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) spheres covered with vanadyl phosphate (PMMA-VP), vanadium pentoxide (PPMA-VO) and rhodamine-B (PMMA-RB) for hydrogen sulfide capture. The vanadyl phosphate, vanadium pentoxide and rhodamine The PMMA itself to not exhibits affinity towards hydrogen sulfide under the experimental conditions employed in the present work. The hydrogen sulfide maximum capture capacity of the hybrid matrices were measure as 2.06, 9.54 and 3.33 mg/g for PMMA-VP, PMMA-VO and PMMA-RB, respectively.
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