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Effect of Vapor Pressure of Adsorbate on Adsorption Phenomena
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 Title & Authors
Effect of Vapor Pressure of Adsorbate on Adsorption Phenomena
Kim, Sang-Won; Kwon, Jun-Ho; Kang, Jeong-Hwa; Song, Seung-Koo;
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 Abstract
Adsorption process is largely influenced by pore structures of adsorbents and physical properties of adsorbates and adsorbents. The previous studies of this laboratory was focused on the role of pore structures of adsorbents. And we found some pores of adsorbates which have larger pore diameters than the diameter of adsorbate are filled with easily. In this study the effects of physical and chemical properties of adsorbates and adsorbents, such as pore size distribution, vapor pressure on adsorption were investigated more thoroughly at the concentration of adsorbate of 1000 ppm. The adsorption in the pore ranges of times of adsorbates's diameter could be explained by space filling concept. But there was some condensation phenomena at larger pore ranges. The errors between the adsorbed amount of non-polar adsorbates and the calculated amounts by considering factors were found to be 44.46%, positively, and -142%, negatively. When vapor pressure is considered, the errors between the adsorbed amount of non-polar adsorbates and the calculated amounts were in the range of positively, and negatively .
 Keywords
Adsorption factor;Pore size distribution;Non-polar adsorbents;Vapor pressure;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
Web 기반 국립공원 탐방 이용량 분석 프로그램 개발에 관한 연구 -북한산국립공원 백운대를 중심으로 -,심규원;이주희;

한국임학회지, 2009. vol.98. 1, pp.8-15
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