adsorption potential

adsorption potential

[ad′sȯrp·shən pə‚ten·chəl]
(physical chemistry)
A change in the chemical potential that occurs as an ion moves from a gas or solution phase to the surface of an adsorbent.
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Where 'q D-R ' shows the maximum adsorption capacity of adsorbent (mgg-1 ), '[beta]' is constant with dimension of energy and 'Iu' is the Polanyi adsorption potential, which is equal to:
Sorbent was pretreated with acid and base, separately, to check the effect of these chemicals on its adsorption potential and base treated sorbent was selected for further analysis, due to its higher sorption potential (97.5%) for Cd2+.
When the micropores are present, the adsorption curve was Type I or IV due to the strong adsorption potential, and the pressure end was mostly due to nitrogen condensate accumulation in the material channel, showing a steady trend.
Song, "Application of adsorption potential theory in the fractionation of coal bed gas during the process of adsorption/desorption," Acta Geologica Sinica, vol.
For a further understanding of the factors influencing methane adsorption and the differences between the adsorption heat of vitrinite and inertinite concentrates, the type and content of chemical functional groups on the surface of maceral concentrates were determined by infrared spectroscopy, which directly affects the adsorption heat of maceral concentrates for methane via the adsorption potential of methane molecules on the coal surface.
Preparation, characterization and adsorption potential of the NH4Clinduced activated carbon for the removal of amoxicillin antibiotic from water.
The cumulated volume of the adsorbed phase is a function of the adsorption potential and this relationship is called the characteristic curve.
The values of n (1.66-1.96) at all the temperature conditions indicated the adsorbent had good adsorption potential or the intensity of adsorption at equilibrium concentration.
The adsorption potential of banana and orange peels, and rice husk was investigated for the reactive dye drimarene brilliant red (K-4BL-CDG) (Fig.
[5] Deedar, N., Irfan, A., Ishtiaq, Q.A., Evaluation of the adsorption potential of titanium dioxide nanoparticlesfor arsenic removal.
Adsorption potential of lead(II) ions from aqueous solutions onto Capsicum annuum seeds.