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Adsorption of nonpolar molecules with various electron shell structures on different types of adsorbents

Communication 2. Adsorption of argon and nitrogen on barium sulfate

Summary

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    The nitrogen adsorption in the monomolecular surface-filling range on barium sulfate samples baked at 400–500° is much greater than the argon adsorption.

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    In contrast with argon, when nitrogen is adsorbed on polar and ionic adsorbents there is, in addition to the electrokinetic and electrostatic induced interaction, an interaction between the electrostatic surface field and the adsorbed nitrogen molecules which have a large quadrupole moment.

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Belyakova, L.D., Kiselev, A.V. Adsorption of nonpolar molecules with various electron shell structures on different types of adsorbents. Russ Chem Bull 11, 1111–1115 (1962). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00908382

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Keywords

  • Nitrogen
  • Sulfate
  • Argon
  • Barium
  • Adsorbed Nitrogen