By Jozsef Toth

ISBN-10: 0824707478

ISBN-13: 9780824707477

Bargains an summary of the hot theoretical and useful effects accomplished in gas-solid (G/S), liquid-solid (L/S), and gas-liquid (G/L) adsorption examine.

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The calculations of these functions are summarized as follows: top (left), Eq. (241); top (right), the conjugated pairs of Eqs. (241) and (238); middle (left), Pr;m ¼ Eq: ð241Þ Eq: ð243Þ middle (right), Eq. 38); bottom (left), 2 ð1 wV s Ar ðYÞ ¼ dY t Y wV À Y ð248Þ ð249Þ bottom (right), the conjugated pairs of Eqs. (249) and (248) have been applied. The integration of Eq. (249) has been performed numerically. D. The Modiﬁed de Boer–Hobson Equation Applied to Heterogeneous Surfaces (BT Equation) The thermodynamically consistent mBH equation and its function cmB ðYÞ have been deﬁned by Eqs.

115) and (120). If t ¼ 1, Bx ¼ BF , and a ¼ 0 (homogeneous surface, interactions, immobile layer), then we have the mFG equation: P ¼ Pm ðwF À 1Þ expðBF Þ 3. 4. 5. See Eq. (126). If t ¼ 1, Bx ¼ 0, and a ¼ 1 (homogeneous surface, no interactions, mobile layer), then we have the mV equation: 1 Y Y exp P ¼ Pm ðwV À 1Þ exp À wV À 1 wV À Y wV À Y See Eq. (158). If t ¼ 1, Bx ¼ BB , and a ¼ 1 (homogeneous surface, interactions, mobile layer), then we have the mBH equation: 1 Y Y exp À BB Y P ¼ Pm ðwB À 1Þ exp BB À wB À 1 wB À Y wB À Y See Eq.

241); top (right), the conjugated pairs of Eqs. (241) and (238); middle (left), Pr;m ¼ Eq: ð241Þ Eq: ð243Þ middle (right), Eq. 38); bottom (left), 2 ð1 wV s Ar ðYÞ ¼ dY t Y wV À Y ð248Þ ð249Þ bottom (right), the conjugated pairs of Eqs. (249) and (248) have been applied. The integration of Eq. (249) has been performed numerically. D. The Modiﬁed de Boer–Hobson Equation Applied to Heterogeneous Surfaces (BT Equation) The thermodynamically consistent mBH equation and its function cmB ðYÞ have been deﬁned by Eqs.

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