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In this work, the adsorptive and desorptive behavior of reduced sulfur compounds(RSC) was investigated usingthe combination of the Peltier cooling (PC)/thermal desorption (TD) unit with the gas chromatographic (GC)detection technique. To examine the adsorptive characteristics of RSC on clothing materials, a total of nineexperiments were conducted in a stepwise manner. Once small towel pieces are exposed to signicant quantities ofRSC standards with high concentrations (10 ppm), the desoprtion stage was then induced by deloading RSC withultrapure N2 at three different flow rates(FR) of 20, 40, and 60mL/min. At each FR, the total deloading volume of400, 800, and 1,600 mL were maintained. These results were then compared in terms of odoring efciency bydividing the total amount of desorption with the total amount used for exposition or RSC loading. The resultsindicated that desorption reaction of certain compounds(CH3SH and DMS) can be inuenced signicantly with thereducing FR, while they are not affected directly by the total deloading volume. In addition, when the extent ofadsorption was compared for most S compounds by the odoring efciency term, the extent of absorption generallyoccurred at approximately 1/1000 level of original exposition.