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Characterisation of Porous Solids IV

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Characterisation of Porous Solids IV provides an up-to-date survey on both theoretical and applied aspects of this important topic in one comprehensive volume. Covering international research, many areas of this multidisciplinary subject are covered in detail, including computer simulation methods applied to porous solids and aspects of model mesoporous solids such as MCM-41. As well as insights into state-of-the-art research, an indication of the likely directions of future developments is also given. While of ...

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Overview

Characterisation of Porous Solids IV provides an up-to-date survey on both theoretical and applied aspects of this important topic in one comprehensive volume. Covering international research, many areas of this multidisciplinary subject are covered in detail, including computer simulation methods applied to porous solids and aspects of model mesoporous solids such as MCM-41. As well as insights into state-of-the-art research, an indication of the likely directions of future developments is also given. While of specific interest to materials scientists, chemists and chemical engineers, Characterisation of Porous Solids IV will also have a wider appeal to scientists and engineers whose work, either directly or indirectly, involves the study or use of porous solids.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780854047826
  • Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry, The
  • Publication date: 10/28/1998
  • Series: Special Publications
  • Pages: 703

Table of Contents

The Kelvin Equation and Adsorption Hysteresis; Micropore Size Distribution in Carbon Molecular Sieves by Immersion Calorimetry; Magic Angle Spinning NMR Studies of Adsorption onto Activated Carbons; Analysis of HRADS Adsorption; Neutron Scattering Investigations of Adsorption in Porous Solids; A Pore Width Sensitive Ordered Structure of Water Molecules in a Carbon Micropore; Computer Simulation Study of Sorption in Cylindrical Pores with Varying Pore Wall Heterogeneity; Transport Diffusion of Adsorbates in Micropores: Simulation in Model Systems; Simulation Studies of Pore Blocking Phenomena in Model Porous Networks; Characterisation of Microporous Carbons by Using Molecular Simulation to Analyse the Adsorption of Molecules of Different Sizes; Ordered Mesoporous MCM-41 Adsorbents: Novel Routes in Synthesis, Product Characterisation and Specification; Characterisation of Zirconia-Based Ordered Mesoporous Materials; Physisorption of Gases by MCM-41; Characterisation of Porosity During Thermal Decomposition of Nickel Hydroxide; A Thermodynamic Investigation of Physisorbed Phases Within the Model Mesoporous Material: MCM-41; Helium Adsorption on Mesoporous Solids at 4.2K - Density of Adsorbed Helium in Porous Systems; Estimating the Dimensions of Ultramicropores Using Molecular Probes; Off-lattice Reconstructed Biphasic Media Using Gaussian Random Fields: Evaluation for Different Disordered Porous Solids; Micropore Size Distributions From Experimental Isotherm Data and Grand Canonical Monte Carlo Simulations; Measuring and Modelling the Pore-level Properties of Meso- and Macro-porous Media - An Overview; Pore Formation in Carbons Derived from Phenol Resin and their Gas Adsorption; Characterisation of Porous Solids: Adsorption Potential Distribution and its Thermodynamic Implications; Within the Hysteresis: Insight into the Bi-modal Pore Size Distribution of Close-packed Spheres; Properties of the Nanoengineered Two-dimensional Silica-based Porous Networks; The Presence of "Shadowed" Macropores in the Porous Network of an Activated Alumina; Nuclear Magnetic Relaxation Study of Water Adsorbed in Mesoporous Activated Carbons; Analysis of the Topological and Geometrical Characteristics of the Pore Space of Permeable Solids Using Serial Tomography, Mercury Porosimetry and Theoretical Simulation; Morphology of Biphasic Random Media: Chord Distributions and Two-point Correlation Functions; Interparticle Capillary Condensation and the Pore Size Distribution of Several Adsorbents; Dual Site Bond Models in the Presence of Correlations; Determination of the Micropore Size in Carbons by Means of Experimental and Calculated Isotherm Derivatives; Study of Activated Physical Adsorption by ESR Method; Synthesis and Characterisation of a Zeolite A with Detergent Characteristics; Gravimetric and Volumetric Measurements of Helium Adsorption Equilibria on Different Porous Solids; Multiscaling Texture Characterisation of Freeze-dried Resorcinol-formaldehyde Aerogels; Comparison of t-plots for Carbons, Silicas and Aluminas; Fractal Analysis of Aerogels and Carbon Blacks Using Nitrogen Adsorption Data: Comparative Study of Two Methods; Certification of Reference Materials for Pore Analysis by the Gas Adsorption Method; Adsorption and Displacement of Formic Acid and Acetic Acid on Microporous Phenolic Resin Carbons; Characterisation of Sulphated Oxides of Titanium: Infra-red, Adsorption and Related Studies; Analysis of Pore Properties from Low Pressure Hysteresis in Nitrogen Adsorption Isotherms; Adsorption Characterisation of H-ZSM-5; Surface Functional Groups and Texture Characterisation of Catalytic Supports Based on Activated Carbon; Modelling Stratified Porous Media; Modelling of Pore Level Properties; Sorptive Properties of Cloverite; Comparison of the Translational Mobility Dt of Hydrogen, Methane and Neo-pentane Molecules Sorbed on AIPO4-5; Characterisation of the Solid Texture of Porous Particles by Application of a Non-Catalytic Gas

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