adsorption isotherm


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adsorption isotherm

[ad′sȯrp·shən ′ī·sō‚thərm]
(physical chemistry)
The relationship between the gas pressure p and the amount w, in grams, of a gas or vapor taken up per gram of solid at a constant temperature.
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The aim of the adsorption isotherms is to relate the adsorbate concentration in the bulk to the adsorbed amount at the interface.
Temkin and Pyzhev considered the effects of indirect adsorbent/adsorbate interactions on adsorption isotherms (Kilic et al.
7 Table 2: Langmuir adsorption isotherm parameter for (a)Al(III) and (b) Mn(II) on AC-600 and AC-800 at different pH.
This suggests that the adsorption of inhibitor on a metal surface followed the Langmuir adsorption isotherm (Fig.
Adsorption isotherms of dissolved humic acid on mineral particles with different particle sizes
The adsorption isotherms of the prepared AC and the compared commercial AC are shown in Figure 6.
Adsorption isotherms are useful in understanding the sorption interaction.
Iodine adsorption from solution in acetone does not follow Langmuir adsorption, but adsorption in vapour phase appears to follow pseudo-Langmuir adsorption isotherm.
Initially an adsorption isotherm for the solid/dispersant system is to be traced.
The transport equations can be solved analytically if the chemical rate equations are assumed to be first order in the concentrations of reacting species, and if the subsurface and surface concentrations can be related to one another by a linear adsorption isotherm.
Adsorption isotherm was also investigated and Freundlich isotherm was used to analyze the adsorption equilibrium data.