Channels of nanotubular dimensions exist in a variety of materials (examples are carbon nanotubes and the nanotubular channels of zeolites and zeotypes) and show promise for numerous applications due to their unique properties. One of their most important properties is their capacity to adsorb molecules and these may exist in a variety of phases.
"Adsorption and Phase Behaviour in Nanochannels and Nanotubes" provides an excellent review of recent and current work on adsorption on nanometerials. It is an impressive collection of papers dealing with the adsorption and phase behaviour in nanoporous materials from both experimental and theoretical perspectives.
"Adsorption and Phase Behaviour in Nanochannels and Nanotubes" focuses on carbon nanotubes as well as zeolites and related materials.
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Table of ContentsPerspective and Introduction to Adsorption and Phase Behaviour in Nanochannels and Nanotubes.- Molecular Simulation of Adsorption in Zeolites and Carbon Nanotubes.- Molecular Simulation of Adsorption of Gases on Nanotubes.- Molecular Computations of Adsorption in Nanoporous Materials.- Polymers in Nanotubes.- Statistical Mechanical Lattice Model Studies of Adsorption in Nanochannels Treated by Exact Matrix Methods.- Monte Carlo Simulation and Lattice Model Studies of Adsorption of Methane, Ethane, Carbon Dioxide and Their Binary and Ternary Mixtures in the Silicalite Zeolite.- Molecular Packing-Induced Selectivity Effects in Liquid Adsorption in Zeolites.- Macroscopic Measurement of Adsorption and Diffusion in Zeolites.- Vapor–Liquid Equilibrium.- Structuring and Behaviour of Water in Nanochannels and Confined Spaces.- Freezing and Melting in Nanopores.- Elasticity Theory for Graphene Membranes.- Erratum.