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Eine Einführung in die Probleme der Adsorption

References Anyanwu, E.E. (2004). Review of solid adsorption refrigeration II: An overview of the principles and theory. Energy Conversion and Management , 45 , 1279-1295. Bonaccorsi, L., Freni, A., Proverbio, E., Restuccia, G., Russo, F. (2006). Zeolite coated copper foams for heat pumping applications. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials , 91 , 7-14. Chang, K.S., Chen, M.T., Chung, T.W. (2005). Effects of the thickness and particle size of silica gel on the heat and mass transfer performance of a silica gel-coated bed for air-conditioning adsorption system

[1] Balakrishnan, K., Sachdev, A., & Schwank, J. (1990). Chemisorption and FTIR study of bimetallic Pt-Au/SiO2 catalysts. Journal of Catalysis, 121, 441–455. DOI: 10.1016/0021-9517(90)90252-f. [2] Báleš, V., Bobok, D., & Kossaczký, E., (1983). Adsorption equilibriu on activated carbon of phenol, p-cresol, and p-nitroaniline in aqueous solutions. Chemical Papers, 37, 289–296. [3] Barrett, E. P., Joyner, L. G., & Halenda, P. P. (1951). The determination of pore volume and area distributions in porous substances. I

er jedoch zu der reichlich zitierten Original- litoratur übergohen solite. „r „. , . ,W. Vielstich, Bonn Adsorption. Eine Einführung in die Physisorption und Chemisorption. Von G. Wedier. Verlag Chemie 1970, 224 Seiten. DM 24,—. Das vorliegendo Werk ist aus einer Vorlesung entstandon und strebt daher nicht eine systematische Beschreibung der zahlreichen bekannten Adsorptions- systeme an, sondern versucht eine Darstellung der Grundprinzipien der Adsorp- tion und der darauf anwendbaren experimentellen Methoden zu geben. Dem Arbeitsgebiet des Autors entsprechend liegt

Radiochim. Acta 100, 827–832 (2012) / DOI 10.1524/ract.2012.1975 © by Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, München Adsorption of tetravalent thorium by geomedia By N. H. Melson1, B. P. Haliena1, D. I. Kaplan2 and M. O. Barnett1 ,∗ 1 Department of Civil Engineering, 238 Harbert Engineering Center, Auburn University, Auburn, AL, USA 2 Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA (Received August 13, 2011; accepted in final form March 5, 2012) (Published online July 30, 2012) Thorium / Goethite / Actinide / Subsurface / Adsorption Summary. We measured the pH

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL REACTOR ENGINEERING Volume 5 2007 Presentation P1 Nanostructure Ion-Sieves for Lithium Adsorption Qin-Hui Zhang∗ Shao-Peng Li† Shu-Ying Sun‡ Xian-Sheng Yin∗∗ Jian-Guo Yu†† ∗State-Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, College of Chemical Engineering, East China University of Science and Technology, †State-Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, College of Chemical Engineering, East China University of Science and Technology, ‡State-Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, College

LITERATURE CITED 1. Arnaut L., Formosinho, S. & Burrows, H. (2007). Chemical Kinetics, From Molecular Structure to Chemical Reactivity. pp. 251–272. Elsevier B.V. 2. Saha, D. & Grappe, H.A. (2017). Adsorption properties of activated carbon fibers. Activated Carbon Fiber and Textiles, A volume in Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles pp. 143–165 DOI:10.1016/B978-0-08-100660-3.00005-5. 3. Nastaj, J. & Aleksandrzak, T. (2012). Comparison of static and dynamic methods of adsorption isotherms determination. 20th International Congress of Chemical and Process

LITERATURE CITED 1. Ania, C.O., Pelay o, J.G. & Bandosz, T. J. (2011). Reactive adsorption of penicillin on activated carbons. Adsorption 17, 421–429. DOI: 10.1007/s10450-010-9271-9. 2. Choi, K.J., Kim, S.G. & Kim, S.H. (2008). Removal of antibiotics by coagulation and granular activated carbon Filtration. J. Hazard. Mater. 151, 38–43. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2007.05.059. 3. Al-Ahmad, A., Daschner, F.D. & Kummerer, K. (1999). Biodegradability of cefotiam, ciprofloxacin, meropenem, penicillin G, and sulfamethoxazole and inhibition of waste water bacteria. Arch

Adsorption of sulfur dioxide on volcanic ashes Deborah SchmauSS1 anD hanS Keppler1,* 1Bayerisches Geoinstitut, Universität Bayreuth, 95440 Bayreuth, Germany abStract The adsorption of pure sulfur dioxide gas on volcanic ashes has been studied from 0.1 mbar to 1 bar and from –80 to +150 °C. Finely ground synthetic glasses of andesitic, dacitic, and rhyolitic composition served as proxies for fresh natural ash surfaces. Powders from two natural obsidian samples were also studied and yielded results broadly similar to the synthetic model systems. SO2 adsorption

Volume 4, Issue 1 2009 Article 37 Chemical Product and Process Modeling Chromium (VI) Adsorption on Activated Lignin Nassima Tazerouti, M'hamed Bouguerra University Moussa Amrani, M'hamed Bouguerra University Recommended Citation: Tazerouti, Nassima and Amrani, Moussa (2009) "Chromium (VI) Adsorption on Activated Lignin," Chemical Product and Process Modeling: Vol. 4: Iss. 1, Article 37. DOI: 10.2202/1934-2659.1339 Chromium (VI) Adsorption on Activated Lignin Nassima Tazerouti and Moussa Amrani Abstract Activated lignin, having a surface area of 1023 m2 g-1, has