Sorption of Benzene and N-Hexane in Polyethylene
Differential sorption data of benzene and n-hexane vapors in polyethylene have been obtained over wider ranges of temperatures and activities than available before. the data are used to develop a better model or help in the choice of the appropriate theory and modeling assumption from the available ones. Whereas the swelling of the walled-in amorphous region, with some modifications, provides the best correlation for the solubilities, in contrast, the integrated giant crosslink model shows remarkable agreement with the experimental values of diffusivities. © 1988.
P. Neogi and C. P. Liu, "Sorption of Benzene and N-Hexane in Polyethylene," Journal of Membrane Science, Journal of Membrane Science,, Jan 1988.
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Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Benzene; Elastic Modulus; Hexane; Hydrocarbons - Adsorption; Polyethylenes; Semicrystalline Polymer; Vapors - Adsorption
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Article - Journal
© 1988 Journal of Membrane Science,, All rights reserved.
01 Jan 1988