Thus, the isosteric
heat of Cr(VI) adsorption was calculated from the slope of plots of ln [C.sub.e] x 1/7 for different values of adsorption capacities (Figure 4).
Effect of drying method on the adsorption isotherms and isosteric
heat of passion fruit pulp powder.
where [q.sub.is] = isosteric
heat of sorption (kJ/mol x K); R = universal gas constant which is 8.314 kJ/mol x K; [a.sub.w] water activity; and T = temperature in kelvin.
Glass and Larsen  directly measured the isosteric
heat of adsorption of various sorbates onto coal using an inverse chromatographic method.
This chemical compound is isosteric
and isoelectric with respect to myo-inositol 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 hexakisphosphate (IHP) and is considered an excellent analogous substrate.
TETA is a charge-deficient isosteric
analogue of spermidine and a Cu (II) chelating compound.
Mishra, Adsorption Thermodynamics and Isosteric
Heat of Adsorption of Toxic Metal Ions Onto Bagasse Fly Ash (BFA) and Rice Husk Ash (RHA), Chem.
A successful adsorbent for CCS means suitable interactions of guest molecules with adsorbent walls which point to isosteric
heat adsorption ([q.sub.st]), along with high C[O.sub.2]-[N.sub.2] selectivity , [q.sub.st] (C[O.sub.2] isoteric heats) were obtained using the Clausius-Clapeyron equation from their C[O.sub.2] adsorption data collected at 273 and 295 K.
The authors used the approximately isosteric
substitutions of Leu for Asn and found that substitution of different Asn residues had drastically different consequences on amyloid kinetics.
In order to have more insights on the SAR  and to increase the antiviral activities of this class of nor-nucleosides their transformation into the corresponding nucleotide monophosphate analogue by esterification of secondary hydroxyl group into phosphonomethyl ether (=P [(OH).sub.2]-C[H.sub.2]-O-), which is isosteric
of phosphate group (=P [(OH).sub.2]-O-C[H.sub.2]-), will be further performed .