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Evaluation of a Mathematical Model for Single Component Adsorption Equilibria with Reference to the Prediction of Multicomponent Adsorption Equilibria

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  • An Equilibrium Equation For Pure Component Adsorption Is Compared To Experiments And To The Vacancy
  • The Investigated Equilibrium Equation Is A Special Case Of A Model For Prediction Of Multicomponent
  • The Vacancy Solution Theory For Multicomponent Systems Requires Binary Experimental Data For Determi
  • Thus A Large Number Of Experiments Are Needed
  • The Multicomponent Equilibria Model Which Is Investigated For Single Component Systems In This Work
  • This Means That The Requirement For Experimental Data Is Reduced Significantly
  • The Two Adsorption Models Are Compared
  • Using Experimental Pure Gas Adsorption Data Found In Literature
  • The Results Obtained By The Models Are In Close Agreement For Pure Component Equilibria And They Giv
  • This Indicates That The Method Based Solely On Pure Component Data May Be Adequate For Prediction Of

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Evaluation of a Mathematical Model for Single Componentnull Adsorption Equilibria with Reference to the Prediction ofnull Multicomponent Adsorption Equilibria - DTU Orbit (25/04/14) Evaluation of a Mathematical Model for Single Component Adsorption Equilibria with Reference to the Prediction of Multicomponent Adsorption Equilibria - DTU Orbit (25/04/14) Evaluation of a Mathematical Model for Single Component Adsorption Equilibria with Reference to the Prediction of Multicomponent Adsorption Equilibria. / Krøll, Annette Elisabeth; Marcussen, Lis. Jubilee Research Event. Rugby, UK : Institution of Chemical Engineers, 1997. p. 1085-1089. Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 1997

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