2 edition of Gas-adsorption chromatography found in the catalog.
A. V. Kiselev
|Statement||[by] Andrei V. Kiselev and Yakov I. Yashin. Translated from Russian by J. E. S. Bradley.|
|Contributions||I͡A︡shin, I͡A︡. I. joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QD117.C5 K513|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 254 p.|
|Number of Pages||254|
|LC Control Number||69012531|
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Gas-Chromatographic Determination of Adsorption and Specific Surface for Solids. Pages Kiselev, Andrei V. (et al.) Preview Buy Chap19 € Analytical Use of Gas-Adsorption Chromatography.
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Yashin. Berezkin is the author Gas-adsorption chromatography book Capillary Gas Adsorption Chromatography, published by Wiley.
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Gas-Adsorption Chromatography Gas-adsorption chromatography book Andreǐ Vladimirovich Kiselev, Ya.I. Yashin; 1 edition; First published in Introduction to Chromatography Mathematical Differences from Gas Adsorption The Trace Liquid Assumption Concentration Versus Partial Pressure Thermodynamic Differences from Gas Adsorption Isotherms Physical Property Models Introduction to SMB Chromatography Based on two articles by L.
Ettre published Gas-adsorption chromatography book Chromatograp – and – (), and on discussions with Professors S. Claesson (Uppsala University), G. Hesse (University of Erlangen/Nünberg), and Erika Cremer (University of Innsbruck).
Gas chromatography continues to be one of the most widely used analytical techniques, since Gas-adsorption chromatography book applications today expand into fields such as biomarker research or metabolomics. This new practical textbook enables the reader to make full use of gas chromatography.
Use of Silica Gel and Alumina in Gas-Adsorption Chromatography. Analytical Chemistry29 (7), DOI: /aca R. Hope. Colorimetric Determination of Molybdenum in Scheelite Ores and by: A gas adsorption chromatographic column filled with molecular sieves 5 Å and cooled with liquid nitrogen was used for separation of Gas-adsorption chromatography book 2, HD and D 2 species (Ohkoshi et al., a, Gas-adsorption chromatography book Ohkoshi et al., a Ohkoshi et al., b).
Hydrogen gas, produced by any of the techniques as described below in this chapter, can be measured with this. Chromatographic Adsorbents. DOI: /ch4. In book: Capillary Gas Adsorption Chromatography (pp) gas adsorption chromatography and reactive chromatography.
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Skip to main content Gas-adsorption chromatography book to table of Search book. Search within book. Type for suggestions. Table. CHAPTER 3 PRINCIPLES OF ADSORPTION INTRODUCTION In this chapter the fundamental concepts of adsorption, adsorbent, adsorbate and the Gas-adsorption chromatography book that influence adsorption were reviewed.
In addition, the experimental procedure related to the batch and Gas-adsorption chromatography book were discussed along with the significance of isotherm and breakthrough curve. File Size: KB. Gas Separation by Adsorption Processes provides a thorough discussion of the advancement in gas adsorption process.
The book is comprised of eight chapters that emphasize the fundamentals concept and principles. The text first covers the adsorbents and adsorption isotherms, and then proceeds to detailing the equilibrium adsorption of gas Edition: 1. excellent books have been devoted to this variant of capillary gas chromatography.
For the first time, an attempt has now been made to present a consistent treatment of gas-solid cap- illary chromatography. This technique employs an open-tubular column with a solid sorbent layer present on the inner wall.
Capillary gas adsorption. This book deals with the history of the invention and evolution of chromatography and of the various chromatographic techniques.
After discussing the precursors, it elaborates on the activities of M.S. Tswett, the inventor of the technique, and of a few selected key pioneers.
Colin F. Poole, in Gas Chromatography, Gas–Solid Chromatography. Gas–solid chromatography is used for applications that can broadly be characterized as those difficult to achieve by gas–liquid chromatography above ambient temperatures [9,10,12,42,45–47].These include the separation of gases, solvents, and volatile hydrocarbons and halocarbons (typically compounds.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kiselev, A.V. (Andreĭ Vladimirovich). Gas-adsorption chromatography. New York, Plenum Press, (OCoLC) July CEP Back to Basics.
The ×× ××× Effluent. An e-book on the use of capillary gas adsorption columns in the lab and within a range of fields With capillary gas adsorption columns commonly in use in laboratories today, this book 4/5(2).
Download gas liquid solid chromatography ebook free in PDF and EPUB Format. gas liquid solid chromatography also available in docx and mobi. Read gas liquid solid chromatography online, read in mobile or Kindle. Capillary Gas Adsorption Chromatography.
Author: V. Berezkin Editor: John Wiley & Sons ISBN: Size The book also. Adsorption Processes Adsorption is the process of transferring material from a fluid phase to a solid phase.
We will analyze the transport process involved in adsorption byFile Size: 94KB. It is found that the "retention volume" in gas adsorption chromatography may be identified in a very simple way with the concept of "apparent volume" in the equation of state for high temperature physical adsorption first derived by Halsey is shown that a considerable body of experimental chromatographic data reduces down to the two parameters of the theory in a reasonable by: Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Kiselev, A.V.
(Andreĭ Vladimirovich). Gas-adsorption chromatography. New York, Plenum Press. Otherwise, data for density, isotherms, and kinetics, might be found in books or monographs (e.g., Valenzuela and Myers, “Adsor ption Equilibrium Data Handbook,” Prentice Hall, ; Dobbs and Cohen, “Carbon Isotherms for Toxic O rganics,” EPA/, ), journalFile Size: KB.
"Gas-adsorption chromatography" (ref). It was the first book in the world literature in this field. The book was translated into German, English and French. The book deals with problems of gas-adsorption chromatography based on molecular interactions in adsorption.
is shown that gas-adsorption chromatography can be utilized for physical-chemical. • Chemical analyses (various types of chromatography) • Flotation processes • Gas mask filters • Lubrication phenomena • Optical coatings • corrosion-resistant coatings (Lotus effect) Practical relevance of adsorption processes.
As we will see later, one distinguishes. chemical adsorption (chemisorption) andFile Size: 1MB. Book Reviews Book Reviews Ettre, L. sive chromatography nomenclature and that he had been Capillary Gas Adsorption Chromatography criticized in the past a number of times for the same errors: Chromatographic Methods evidently, he either forgot these criticisms or simply ignored them.
All these problems could have been solved Author: Ettre, L. Determination of respiratory gases (CO 2, O 2, Ar and N 2) with gas solid chromatography.
Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation43 (1), DOI: /Cited by: Water Sorption Isotherms of Sucrose and Glucose by Inverse Gas Chromatography Article in Journal of Food Science 46(4) - August with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Introduction Many physical and chemical processes occur at different interfaces.
Adsorption (not to be confused with absorption) is one of the main and basic surface phenomena. Adsorption is found to occur in many natural physical, biological, and chemical systems.
It is widely used in laboratory research and industrial Size: 1MB. ⇒ described in text book. (p~) Adsorption at the solid-vapor interface Solid characteristics are history-dependent.
So, detailed discussion of adsorption onto solid surfaces must include knowledge of “historical” elements. Method for a material to reduce surface energyFile Size: 1MB. Follow V. Berezkin and explore their bibliography from 's V.
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The operating temperatures range from – 70°C to °C for gas-adsorption chromatography and from –20°C to °C for gas-liquid chromatography. Gas chromatography may separate several cubic centimeters of a gas or several milligrams of a liquid or solid; the analysis time ranges from several seconds to several hours.