High-resolution physisorption techniques for the characterization of adsorbents and catalysts

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High-resolution physisorption techniques performed in the continuous volumetric mode have been developed to investigate the surface and pore structure properties of porous solids. Physisorption data on well-defined microporous solids (zeolites and aluminophosphates) provide novel information on the mechanism of micropore filling, the behavior of the adsorbed phase and the pore structure of the adsorbent. The combination of physisorption with high-resolution analytical techniques such as calorimetry and neutron diffraction further expands our knowledge and understanding of physisorption processes. The results are not only important for fundamental research but can be applied in the design of tailor-made adsorbents for gas-phase separations and for enhancing the effectivity of catalysts for chemical reactions. © 1991.

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Unger, K. K., & Reichert, H. (1991). High-resolution physisorption techniques for the characterization of adsorbents and catalysts. Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 10(2), 44–48. https://doi.org/10.1016/0165-9936(91)80027-P

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