The use of a flame-ionization detector to determine the concentration of vapors of organic substances behind the layer of adsorbent in an investigation of the dynamics of adsorption
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A flame-ionization detector was used in investigations of the dynamics of the adsorption of vapors of organic substances to determine the vapor concentration behind the layer of sorbent.
A method was developed for investigating the dynamics of adsorption using this detector, providing for determination of concentrations behind the layer of sorbent in the range from 10−5 mg/liter to the initial concentration.
KeywordsOrganic Substance Vapor Concentration
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