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Sorbent Deformation, Volume 13 : Volume 13 - Andrei V. Tvardovskiy

Sorbent Deformation, Volume 13

Volume 13

Hardcover Published: 1st November 2006
ISBN: 9780444521514
Number Of Pages: 286

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Sorbent Deformation discusses the theoretical and experimental study of the deformation of solid bodies during their ad- or absorptive interaction with gases or vapours. The book is the first monograph which deals with the problem of ad- and absorbent non-inertness, compiled from a 15-year study by the author on swelling or deformed ad- and absorptive systems. The results from the study are of practical and scientific value to engineers and scientists in the areas of physical chemistry, chemical engineering and environmental control. They could also be of interest to those looking to solve problems in such areas as forecasting, technological processing and fuel drying stimulation.
- Provides novel, practical information on the behaviour of the systems used in environment control
- Presents the derivation of the equation describing single- and multicomponent adsorption and absorption in swelling / deformed systems
- Identifies the results of direct measurements on ad-and absorbent deformations (charcoals, clay minerals, organic cation substituted clay minerals, etc.) with a new high sensitivity method

Features of the state of bound water in bio-objects as an example of the nature of sorbed in swelling sorbents
Equation of interphase sorption equilibria
Experimental measurements and theoretical description of sorption equilibria in swelling systems
Studies of sorptive deformation of sorbents using dilatometric method
Variation of thermodynamic characteristics of swelling sorbents during sorption
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ISBN: 9780444521514
ISBN-10: 0444521518
Series: Interface Science and Technology
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 286
Published: 1st November 2006
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.75
Weight (kg): 0.58
Edition Number: 13