Laboratory Technique for Studying Adsorption from Solution at High Pressures and its Application to the Methylcyclopentane-Ethanol-Activated Carbon System
Although abundant data on adsorption from solutions have been accumulated , little is known about the effects of pressure on it. On the other hand, adsorption characteristics at high pressures seem worth studying, from both a scientific and practical point of view. The data may provide useful information about the structures and properties of liquid-solid interfaces. Moreover, they may provide the basis for the design and Operation of advanced separation processes. For these reasons, we have undertaken to clarify these effects.
KeywordsInterfacial Tension Adsorbed Phase Ethanol Molecule Adsorption Equation Adsorption Cell
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