Size-Dependent Adsorption Models in Microporous Materials. 2. Comparison with Experimental Data
In This Article, We Complete the Study of Size-Scaling Effects and of the Keller Model, presenting a Detailed Analysis of the Application of This Model to a Broad Range of Experimental Data on Microporous Materials (In Particular, Activated Carbon and Zeolites). Particular Attention is Focused on the Temperature Dependence of the Freundlich Exponents Αi, on the Functional Form of the Adsorption Energies, and on the Application of Keller Adsorption Isotherms in a Predictive Way to Generic Multicomponent Mixtures. © 1995, American Chemical Society. All Rights Reserved.
M. Giustiniani et al., "Size-Dependent Adsorption Models in Microporous Materials. 2. Comparison with Experimental Data," Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, vol. 34, no. 11, pp. 3856 - 3864, American Chemical Society, Nov 1995.
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