Chemisorption of nitric oxide on char. 1. Reversible nitric oxide sorption

@inproceedings{Teng1993ChemisorptionON,
  title={Chemisorption of nitric oxide on char. 1. Reversible nitric oxide sorption},
  author={Hsisheng Teng and Eric M. Suuberg},
  year={1993}
}
The process of chemisorption of nitric oxide (NO) on a carbon derived from phenol-formaldehyde resin has been studied at temperatures between 323 and 473 K and at NO partial pressures between 2.02 and 10.1 kPa. The process of chemisorption can be split into two separate pathways-one a reversible chemisorptive pathway forming nitric oxide surface complexes C(NO) and the other an irreversible chemisorptive pathway yielding N[sub 2] and carbon surface oxides C(O) and C(O[sub 2]). The enthalpy of… CONTINUE READING