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Adsorption and Desorption

  • S. Roy Morrison

Abstract

In this chapter models of adsorption processes are reviewed. Both adsorption from the gas phase and from the liquid phase onto a solid are discussed, but adsorption from the gas phase is emphasized. Much of the material in earlier chapters is obviously pertinent background information for the topic of adsorption processes. In Section 5.2.4 the various degrees of interaction of gases at a solid surface, physical adsorption (physisorption), chemisorption, and finally the development of a new phase were described. In the remainder of Chapter 5, the forms of bonding of an adsorbate to the surface were reviewed. This chapter will build on these concepts, moving on to discussions of amount adsorbed, the kinetics of adsorption/desorption, and electron transfer during adsorption (ionosorption).

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Electron Spin Resonance Temperature Program Desorption Local Bonding Surface Step Island Formation 
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  • S. Roy Morrison
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  1. 1.Simon Fraser UniversityBurnabyCanada

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