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Kinetics of Chemisorption of Gases on Solids.
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Reactions of gaseous pollutants with solids
Infrared spectra were recorded of CH3OH, C2H,5OH, HCOOH, CH3COOH, CH3COOC2H5, (C2H5)2O, CH3CHO, CH3CHCHCHO, and CH3CHCHCOOH sorbed on MgO powder at 25°. In addition to being physically adsorbed, allExpand
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The measurement of infrared spectra of aqueous solutions using Fourier transform spectroscopy
Abstract Infrared spectra of aqueous solutions of electrolytes and nonelectrolytes were recorded using a Fourier transform spectrometer. Most of the work involved internal reflection spectroscopy. ItExpand
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IR studies of carbons—V Effects of nacl on cellulose pyrolysis and char oxidation
The pyrolysis in vacuum of cellulose containing 5 wt.% of NaCl (NCC) was followed by i.r. photothermal beam deflection spectroscopy, and compared observations made with pure cellulose (PC) [Carbon21,Expand
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IR studies of carbons—I
Abstract IR spectroscopic measurements of carbons are briefly reviewed. The new technique of IR photothermal beam deflection Fourier transform spectroscopy (IR-PDS) is outlined and the applicationsExpand
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Infrared Photothermal Beam Deflection Fourier Transform Spectroscopy of Solids
Infrared spectra were recorded of organic and inorganic solids with a Fourier transform spectrometer built to operate with a photothermal beam deflection detector. No sample preparation or cells perExpand
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Spectroscopic studies of carbon. XX. The pyrolysis of polyvinylidene chloride and of Saran
Abstract Fourier transform photothermal beam deflection spectroscopy was used to record the spectra of chars produced by heating in vacuo pure polyvinylidene chloride (PVDC) and the copolymer SaranExpand
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Infrared spectroscopic study of the thermal decomposition of dolomite in vacuum
Abstract The thermal decomposition in vacuum of three different dolomite specimens was monitored by recording infrared spectra of the samples at various stages of decomposition. ThermogravimetricExpand
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RATES OF ADSORPTION OF HYDROGEN ON PALLADIUM AND ON RHODIUM
A study of the effects of temperature and initial gas pressure on the kinetics of chemisorption of hydrogen on alumina-supported palladium and rhodium catalysts revealed, for both gas–solid systems,Expand
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