Adsorption Theory Modeling and Analysis Toth by Jozsef Toth

By Jozsef Toth

Bargains an summary of the new theoretical and useful effects completed in gas-solid (G/S), liquid-solid (L/S), and gas-liquid (G/L) adsorption study.

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236) are plotted. For practical applications of Eq. 29), a four-parameter fitting process is proposed, where the parameters to be iterated are IFT , wT , t, and BF . IFT is defined by Eq. (223), Pm is calculable from Eq. (226), and KFT is determined by Eq. (225). The calculation of the total monolayer capacity, nsm , is discussed in detail in Section VI. C. The Modified Volmer Equation Applied to Heterogeneous Surfaces (VT Equation) The thermodynamically consistent (modified) mV equation and its function cmV ðYÞ have been defined by Eqs.

20 The uniform and thermodynamically consistent interpretation of the FT isotherms of Type I. The values of parameters are as follows: KmF ¼ 0:10 kPaÀ1 , wF ¼ 1:03, BF ¼ 0:5, t ¼ 1:0, Pm ¼ 291:5 kPa (solid line, mF equation); KFT ¼ 0:45 kPaÀ1 , wF ¼ 1:03, BF ¼ 0:90, t ¼ 0:6, Pm ¼ 202:2 kPa ð Þ; KFT ¼ 4 Â 10À3 kPaÀ1 , wF ¼ 1:05, BF ¼ 0:80, t ¼ 1:6, Pm ¼ 124:4 kPa ð Á Á Þ. Top (right): cFT ðYÞ ¼ wF À BYt wF À Y t The corresponding pairs ðcFT ; PÞ of Eqs. (234) and (235) are plotted. ð235Þ To´th 48 Middle (left): Pr;m ¼ Eq: ð224Þ : Eq: ð226Þ ð236Þ Middle (right): Equation (235) has been applied.

224) are equal to those described by the FG and mFG equations. D. This is the reason why only the results are summarized here. In this sense, the value of BF where Eq. (132) is met is BF ¼ wF Yt ðwF À Yt Þ ð230Þ The values of coverages where minima of Eq. (230) occur are Ymin ¼ ð0:5wF Þ1=t ð231Þ The corresponding minima of values of BF are unchanged [see Eq. (135)]: BF;min ¼ 4 wF ð232Þ The values of BF where condition cðYÞ ¼ 1 is fulfilled are BF ¼ 1 wF À Yt ð233Þ Taking Eqs. (230)–(233) into account, it can be verified that the limiting values of BF and wF determining the types of isotherms do not change.

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