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Reporting Physisorption Data for Gas/Solid Systems
The sections in this article are Introduction General Definitions and Terminology Methodology Methods for the Determination of Adsorption Isotherms Operational Definitions of AdsorptionExpand
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Recommendations for the characterization of porous solids (Technical Report)
These recommendations aim to be a tool for the selection and appraisal of the methods of characterization of porous solids, and to also give the warnings and guidelines on which the experts generallyExpand
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Surface tension and adsorption
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Adsorption of Gases on Heterogeneous Surfaces
Basic principles the empirical adsorption isotherms calorimetric effects in adsorption the interpretation of empirical isotherms in terms of surface heterogeneity ideal monolayer adsorption onExpand
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Basic Principles of Colloid Science
Chapter 1: What are Colloids? Chapter 2: Why are Colloidal Dispersions Stable? Basic Principles Chapter 3: Why are Colloidal Dispersions Stable? Interparticle Forces Chapter 4: How are ColloidalExpand
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Adsorption in slit-like and cylindrical micropores in the henry's law region. A model for the microporosity of carbons
Calculations are presented of the potential energy profiles for atoms adsorbed in slit-like pores, and of the enhancement of the depth of the potential energy well compared with that for adsorptionExpand
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Manual of Symbols and Terminology for Physicochemical Quantities and Units, Appendix II: Definitions, Terminology and Symbols in Colloid and Surface Chemistry
ion process *H + H(g)—* + H2(g) Extraction process O,2_ + CO(g)—2e + C02(g) The following elementary process occurring either on one site or, as shown, on two sites is called a Rideal or aExpand
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