Physical Adsorption: Experiment, Theory, and Applications

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The study of physical adsorption has enormous economic and technical value, while continuing to present significant scientific challenges. During the last few years three significant trends have become manifest: significant theoretical advances; instrumental developments allowing detailed characterization of materials, including microporous solids; and the realization that closer coupling of scientific and technological lines of enquiry can lead to both greater scientific understanding and better technology. ...
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Overview

The study of physical adsorption has enormous economic and technical value, while continuing to present significant scientific challenges. During the last few years three significant trends have become manifest: significant theoretical advances; instrumental developments allowing detailed characterization of materials, including microporous solids; and the realization that closer coupling of scientific and technological lines of enquiry can lead to both greater scientific understanding and better technology. Topics covered include: the dramatic progress in theoretical analysis; breakthroughs in experimentation; the unique aspects of transport in micropores; and the application of physical adsorption in industrial processes. Audience: Specialized workers will find the updated material invaluable. University lecturers may use material in the book for introductory or graduate courses. The extensive literature references point to further detailed studies.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780792345473
  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
  • Publication date: 4/28/1997
  • Series: NATO Science Series
  • Pages: 628
  • Product dimensions: 6.42 (w) x 9.52 (h) x 1.49 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface. Historical Perspectives of Physical Adsorption; K.S.W. Sing. Analysis of Physisorption Isotherms. Determination of Surface Area and Porosity; K.S.W. Sing. Methodological Problems Related to the Preparation of the Surface (Outgassing) and to the Determination of the Adsorption Isotherms; J. Rouquerol. Physical Adsorption in Microporous Solids. Measurement, and Insight into the Interactions; Wm.C. Conner. Theory and Simulation of Adsorption in Micropores; K.E. Gubbins. Intermolecular Forces and Simulation in Pores; D. Nicholson. Pore Size Calculation in the Case of Different Geometrical Shapes; G. Horvath, M. Suzuki. High-Pressure Physisorption of Gases on Planar Surfaces and in Porous Materials; G.H. Findenegg, M. Thommes. Fundamentals of Single-Gas and Mixed-Gas Adsorption on Heterogeneous Solid Surfaces; W. Rudzínski. Fundamentals of Diffusion in Porous and Microporous Solids; D.M. Ruthven. Measurement of Diffusion in Microporous Solids by Macroscopic Methods; D.M. Ruthven, S. Brandani. NMR Studies of Diffusion in Porous Solids; J. Kärger. Solid/Liquid Interaction on Hydrophilic/Hydrophobic Adsorbents: Sorption, Microcalorimetric and Saxs Experiments; I. Dékány. Liquid-Solid Adsorption as the Basis for Selective Separation Processes; K.K. Unger. Molecular Modeling as a Complement to Experiment; Application to the Separation of Nitrogen and Oxygen; C. Mellot, J. Lignières. Inorganic Membranes: Pore Structure Characterization; A.K. Stubos, et al. Ceramic Membranes: Industrial Applications; A.K. Stubos, et al. Adsorption Engineering. Hydrodynamics of PSA Columns; C. Monereau. The Air Liquide Compact VisaTM. A View on an Innovating Adsorber; C. Monereau. Poster Communications. The Molecular Potential Approach to Helium Adsorption by Carbonaceous Subnanospace; N. Setoyama, K. Kaneko. Physical Adsorption of Hydrocarbons from Water Solutions on Carbons; M. Tunçay, et al. Molecular Simulations for Characterization and Equilibrium Adsorption Prediction on Activated Carbon; V. Gusev, et al. Interaction Energy of Water and Methanol With NaZSM-5 From Adsorption Experiments; M. Heuchel, et al. An Application of 129Xe NMR of Adsorbed Xenon to the Study of Silica-Based Catalysts; V.V. Terskikh, et al. Structural Characteristics and Adsorption Properties of Microporous Aluminoborate Oxyfluorides; V. V. Brei, et al. Relations Between Adsorbent Morphology and Mechanisms of Adsorption in Solid-Liquid Systems; K. Jeř´bek. Mechanism of Interaction of Organic Compounds with Polymeric Adsorbents; J. Hradil. Wetting on An Attractive Spherical Substrate; I.A. Hadjiagapiou. Adsorption, Desorption and Indoor Climate; L. Marcussen, et al. Theoretical Description of Ion Adsorption at the Metal Oxide/Electrolyte Solution Based on the Four Layer Model; R. Charmas.
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