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By 鈴木, 基之, 1941- 鈴木, 基之, ; Motoyuki Suzuki

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ISBN-13: 9780444412959

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Ayuzawa, Chem. fig. 143 (1985). Karserfan. Kcro f o Ouyou (Acttvated Carbon. FundarnenfaLr and Applrcanons), Kodansha, Tokyo (1975) ( ~ n Japanese) Zeora~to to sono R ~ y o u Henshuu Ilnka~, Zeoraifo f o sono Riyou (Zeolite and rfs Applrcafions), Glhodo, Tokyo (1967) (in Japanese). Adsorption Equilibrium In practical operations, maximum capacity of adsorbent cannot be fully utilized because of mass transfer effects involved in actual fluid-solid contacting processes. In order to estimate practical or dynamic adsorption capacity, however, it is essential, first of all, to have information on adsorption equilibrium.

Eq. ( 3 4 2 ) is thermodynamically consistent when 901= 902 holds. Furthermore, the equation can be applied without significant error to a combination of different values of qo if the components are similar in natureand follow the Langmuir isotherm relation. From Eq. (342), it follows that the separation factor for a mixture of two components can be given directly by the ratio of the equilibrium constants. This relation holds independent of concentration and can naturally be extended t o a n arbitrary combination of components.

The pore size distribution is calculated from the pressurepenetration volume relation. An ordinary mercury porosimeter generates pressure as high as 3000 kg/cm2, which makes it possible to determine pore size distributions down to r-25 A. Usually, this method is suitable for determining larger pores such as macropores of activated carbons. B. 34 K), nitrogen adsorption on the surface and capillary condensation of nitrogen in the pores take place (Fig. 12). The thickness of adsorbed layer on the surface, t, and the size of the pore where condensation happens, rt, depend on the partial pressure of nitrogen.

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