Adsorption of argon on zeolite NaX
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The adsorption isotherms of argon on zeolite NaX at 90, 100, 140, and 160°K, and pressures of 10−2-65 kPa were measured by the volume method.
A comparison of the calculated principal thermodynamic functions of adsorption with the literature data revealed that their agreement was fully satisfactory.
KeywordsArgon Zeolite Adsorption Isotherm Thermodynamic Function
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