Kinetics of Water Vapor Adsorption on Activated Carbon Langmuir

2 Apr 1997 The adsorption of water vapor on a highly microporous carbon derived from the carbonization of coconut shell has been studied. This material was characterized by the adsorption of nitrogen at 77 K and carbon dioxide at 273 K. The micropore size distribution was determined using probe molecule vapors 
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The Adsorption of Water Vapor on Activated Charcoal Journal of

The Adsorption of Water Vapor on Activated Charcoal. Edwin O. Wiig, A. J. Juhola. J. Am. Chem. Soc. , 1949, 71 (2), pp 561–568. DOI: 10.1021/ja01170a051. Publication Date: February 1949. ACS Legacy Archive. Note: In lieu of an abstract, this is the article's first page. Click to increase image size Free first page.
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The adsorption of water vapor by porous carbon ScienceDirect

Water vapor adsorption isotherms on active carbon and graphite have been measured and analyzed by means of the two Dubinin-Serpinski equations and a third similar equation, based on the same principles. Surface oxide content and enthalpy of immersion measurements are shown to give support to the validity of these 
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Adsorption of water vapor and carbon dioxide at carboxylic

Careful consideration should be given to the adsorption of water vapor and carbon dioxide on the surface of coal with regard to not only of how coal is handled, such as drying, transportation, but also to reactions related to gasification and liquefaction. Coal–water-mixtures (CWM) were examined in this study in related to the 
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Adsorption of Water Vapour on Solid Surfaces Nature

IN their recent communication1, Dr. F. P. Bowden and Mr. W. R. Throssell reported conclusive quantitative evidence against the view at one time widely held that metal surfaces invariably adsorb water vapour strongly from air at high relative humidities. In my work of some years ago on the gravimetric determination of thin 
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Adsorption of water vapor by untanned hide and NIST Page

AdsOJ'ption of water vapor by untanned hide and variou tannages oJ leather was determined at relative humidities ranging from 0 to 96 percent at 100° F. The Brunauer,. Emmett, and Teller equations for adsorption of gases in multimolecular layers were applied to the data. Adsorp1ion for all of the samples below a relative 
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Influence of temperature on the adsorption of water vapor by

The adsorption of water vapor by collagen, commercial hide powder, and several leathers was determined at various relative humidities ranging from about 0 to 96 percent, at 28°,. 50°, and 70° C. Determinations were also made on chestnut and quebracho tannins at. 28° C at various relative humidities. The results indicate 
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Water vapor adsorption on activated carbon preadsorbed with

J Colloid Interface Sci. 2005 May 1;285(1):56-60. Water vapor adsorption on activated carbon preadsorbed with naphtalene. Zimny T(1), Finqueneisel G, Cossarutto L, Weber JV. Author information: (1)Laboratoire de Chimie et Applications, EA 3471, Université de Metz, Rue Victor Demange, 57500 Saint-Avold, France.
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Isotherm Equation for Water Vapor Adsorption Semantic Scholar

A simple isotherm model has been developed for the type-5 equilibrium adsorption systems by considering the effects of both primary and secondary adsorptive sites. The model was applied to interpret experimental data describing water vapor adsorption capacities of four activated carbon adsorbents for relative.
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Water Vapor Adsorption and Soil Wetting InTechOpen

Consequently, measurements and detailed information about soil water sorption, water content, behavior, and potential are required. In that concern, water vapor adsorption is an important phenomenon in arid and semi-arid regions, as well as in dry periods of tropical soils. Therefore, quantifying adsorption is important for 
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Adsorption of water vapour from humid air by selected carbon

J Chromatogr A. 2005 Jun 17;1078(1-2):7-12. Adsorption of water vapour from humid air by selected carbon adsorbents. Fastyn P(1), Kornacki W, Gierczak T, Gawłowski J, Niedzielski J. Author information: (1)Chemistry Department, Warsaw University, al. Zwirki i Wigury 101, 02-089 Warsaw, Poland. The water uptake by 
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Adsorption of Water Vapor by Bare Soil in an Olive Grove in

Data for water vapor adsorption and evaporation are presented for a bare soil (sandy loam, clay content 15%) in a southern Spanish olive grove. Water losses and gains were measured using eight high-precision minilysimeters, placed around an olive tree, which had been irrigated until the soil reached field capacity 
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Measurement and Modeling of Water Vapor Adsorption on Zeolite

The adsorption of water vapor on Zeolite 4A has been analyzed. Both equilibrium and kinetics are examined. The equilibrium is measured with a static-volumetric method in a wide range of partial pressure and temperature and is modeled by several conventional approaches and a new type isotherm model, which fitted the 
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