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By Howard Brenner (Eds.)

ISBN-10: 0750691212

ISBN-13: 9780750691215

'Adsorption Calculations and Modelling' offers readers with useful, helpful information regarding the way to make adsorption calculations and formulate versions describing adsorption strategies. in contrast to such a lot books in this topic, this ebook treats either gasoline section adsorption and liquid section adsorption with equivalent emphasis, and offers a rigorous therapy of multi-component adsorption. It additionally covers adsorption purposes in environmental functions together with using impregnated adsorbents for defense opposed to poisonous gases and carbon adsorption in water and wastewater treatment.

Explores the main up to date details on multicomponent adsorption
Details adsorption functions in environmental program
Explains the basics of adsorption calculation in an easy, simple demeanour

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57) is applicable only to the desorption branch but not the adsorption branch of the isotherm. This limitation results from the delay in meniscus formation in the capillary during adsorption. Consequently, the adsorption branch of the isotherm should be described by an appropriate multilayer adsorption isotherm expression instead of the capillary condensation theory. Although the Kelvin equation by itself is insufficient as a base for establishing the adsorption isotherm expression, it can be used in conjunction with adsorption isotherm data obtained under the conditions of capillary condensation to determine the adsorbent pore size distribution.

Adsorption of protein or polymeric solution will not be considered here since the physical phenomenon involved in the adsorption of such substances is more akin to the problems of deposition rather than adsorption as it is commonly understood. 5(b) Adsorption isotherms of benzene on ferric oxide gel plotted according to the Kelvin equation. (Reprinted by permission of the Royal Society from B. M. Clark (1929), Proc. Roy. Soc. 1, Giles et al. 6). Their classification is based on the initial curvature of the isotherm curve at the origin.

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