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|Title:||A method for the calculation of the adsorbed phase volume and pseudo-saturation pressure from adsorption isotherm data on activated carbon||Authors:||Srinivasan, K.
|Issue Date:||21-Jul-2011||Citation:||Srinivasan, K., Saha, B.B., Ng, K.C., Dutta, P., Prasad, M. (2011-07-21). A method for the calculation of the adsorbed phase volume and pseudo-saturation pressure from adsorption isotherm data on activated carbon. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (27) : 12559-12570. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1039/c1cp20383e||Abstract:||We propose a new method for evaluating the adsorbed phase volume during physisorption of several gases on activated carbon specimens. We treat the adsorbed phase as another equilibrium phase which satisfies the Gibbs equation and hence assume that the law of rectilinear diameters is applicable. Since invariably the bulk gas phase densities are known along measured isotherms, the constants of the adsorbed phase volume can be regressed from the experimental data. We take the Dubinin-Astakhov isotherm as the model for verifying our hypothesis since it is one of the few equations that accounts for adsorbed phase volume changes. In addition, the pseudo-saturation pressure in the supercritical region is calculated by letting the index of the temperature term in Dubinin's equation to be temperature dependent. Based on over 50 combinations of activated carbons and adsorbates (nitrogen, oxygen, argon, carbon dioxide, hydrocarbons and halocarbon refrigerants) it is observed that the proposed changes fit experimental data quite well. © the Owner Societies 2011.||Source Title:||Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/54360||ISSN:||14639076||DOI:||10.1039/c1cp20383e|
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