The Methanol Adsorption in Microporous Alumina Agglomerates
AbstractWe have studied theoretical and experimental methods of methanol adsorption in micropores of aluminum oxide agglomerates obtained by gas-dispersion synthesis. It is shown that the necessity to use strict equations based on the theory of volume filling of micropores, which implies a physical and formal analogy between the volume filling of micropores and capillary condensation, for qualitative and quantitative description of adsorption equilibrium in open slit-like micropores. The applicability of the proposed equations for the description of adsorption equilibrium in such systems is demonstrated on the example of experimental methanol adsorption/desorption isotherm on the aluminum oxide, which possesses a microporous structure. View Full-Text
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Dragan, G.; Kutarov, V.; Poletaiev, M.; Kolesnykov, K.; Khlebnikova, M. The Methanol Adsorption in Microporous Alumina Agglomerates. Colloids Interfaces 2019, 3, 22.
Dragan G, Kutarov V, Poletaiev M, Kolesnykov K, Khlebnikova M. The Methanol Adsorption in Microporous Alumina Agglomerates. Colloids and Interfaces. 2019; 3(1):22.Chicago/Turabian Style
Dragan, Grygorii; Kutarov, Volodymyr; Poletaiev, Mykola; Kolesnykov, Kyrylo; Khlebnikova, Mariya. 2019. "The Methanol Adsorption in Microporous Alumina Agglomerates." Colloids Interfaces 3, no. 1: 22.