Adsorption Kinetics in a Ternary System Containing Hydrogen
The concentration vs time, or breakthrough, curves for a number of binary systems containing hydrogen have been measured on both charcoal  and a synthetic zeolite . The equations proposed by Eagleton and Bliss  were applied to these breakthrough curves in order to evaluate a gas phase mass transfer coefficient k s and an adsorbed phase mass transfer coefficient k s .
KeywordsMass Transfer Coefficient Breakthrough Curve Ternary Mixture Synthetic Zeolite Nitrogen Mass Balance
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