Considerations about the Adsorption of Organic Molecules from the Gas Phase to Surfaces: Implications for Inverse Gas Chromatography and the Prediction of Adsorption Coefficients

@article{Goss1997ConsiderationsAT,
  title={Considerations about the Adsorption of Organic Molecules from the Gas Phase to Surfaces: Implications for Inverse Gas Chromatography and the Prediction of Adsorption Coefficients},
  author={W M Goss},
  journal={Journal of colloid and interface science},
  year={1997},
  volume={190 1},
  pages={
          241-9
        }
}
  • W M Goss
  • Published in Journal of colloid and interface science 1997
Whether surfaces are characterized from experimental gas-phase adsorption coefficients of probe molecules with known properties (as is done in inverse gas chromatography (IGC)) or whether adsorption coefficients are to be predicted from known properties of the adsorbate and the adsorbent (as is desirable in environmental chemistry) in both cases a correct quantitative description of the van der Waals and acid-base interactions of organic molecules at surfaces is necessary. The model used to… CONTINUE READING

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