Phase separation in confined systems

@article{Gelb1999PhaseSI,
  title={Phase separation in confined systems},
  author={Lev D. Gelb and Keith E. Gubbins and Ravi Radhakrishnan and Małgorzata Śliwińska-Bartkowiak},
  journal={Reports on Progress in Physics},
  year={1999},
  volume={62},
  pages={1573-1659}
}
We review the current state of knowledge of phase separation and phase equilibria in porous materials. Our emphasis is on fundamental studies of simple fluids (composed of small, neutral molecules) and well-characterized materials. While theoretical and molecular simulation studies are stressed, we also survey experimental investigations that are fundamental in nature. Following a brief survey of the most useful theoretical and simulation methods, we describe the nature of gas‐liquid (capillary… 
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