content material: the answer conception modeling of fuel adsorption on zeolites / Arthur W. Woltman and William H. Hartwig --
Mathematical modeling of adsorption in multicomponent platforms / Alexander P. Mathews and Walter J. Weber, Jr. --
examine of combination equilibria of methane and krypton on 5A zeolite / K.F. Loughlin and G.D. Roberts --
obvious floor diffusion results for carbon dioxide/air and carbon dioxide/nitrogen combos with pelleted zeolite beds / Richard T. Maurer --
impact of presorbed water at the sorption of nitrogen through zeolites at ambient temperatures / Donald Peterson --
Selective sorption homes of zeolites / R.M. Dessau --
4 crystal buildings of BaxNa₁₂₂x-A (1[less than or equivalent to] x [less than or equivalent to] 6) when it comes to the instability of barium-exchanged zeolite A towards dehydration / Yang Kim, V. Subramanian, Roger L. Firor, and Karl Seff --
The impact of oxygen of photoluminescence and resonance power move in copper (I) Y zeolite / D.H. Strome and okay. Klier --
practise of copper(II)-exchanged Y zeolites from sodium and ammonium Y zeolites / Richard G. Herman and John B. Bulko --
Lead and cadmium ion trade of zeolite NaA / Elliot P. Hertzenberg and Howard S. Sherry --
Liquid section drying purposes of zeolites / George W. younger, Joseph R. Kiovsky, and Pramod B. Koradia --
Separation of n-paraffins from wax distillate with supercritical fluids and molecular sieves / Paul Barton and David F. Hajnik --
Polybed pressure-swing adsorption hydrogen processing / R.T. Cassidy --
Separation of hydrogen sulfide-hydrogen combos through heatless adsorption / M.D. Whitley and C.E. Hamrin, Jr. / a brand new procedure for adsorption separation of fuel streams --
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MATHEWS AND WEBER Figure 2. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1980. ) SYNTHETIC ZEOLITES 32 Figure 4. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1980. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1980. 7942 β expressed In mmoles/£ and mmoles/gm respectively Dodecyl Benzene Sulfonate ^-Toluene Sulfonate j>-Bromophenol Phenol Solute Isotherm Constants* Table 1 SYNTHETIC ZEOLITES 34 using the principles of dilute solution thermodynamics, i s par t i c u l a r l y suitable for solutes that do not adsorb strongly.
Hirata, M. , J . of Chem. and Eng. Data, 1975, 20, 195. 15. Barrer, R. M. and Stuart, W. , Proc. Roy. , London, 1959, 249A, 464. 16. Broussard, L. , J. Amer. Chem. , 1960, 82, 1041. 17. Barrer, R. M. and Gibbons, R. , Trans. , 1963, 59, 2569. 18. Breck, D. , 1974. RECEIVED April 24, 1980. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1980. 2 Mathematical Modeling of Adsorption in Multicomponent Systems ALEXANDER P. MATHEWS Department of Civil Engineering, Kansas State University, Manhatten, KS 66506 WALTER J.