Characterization of Porous Solids III

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F. Rodríguez-Reinoso, Jean Rouquerol, KK Unger, Kenneth S.W. Sing
Elsevier, Aug 26, 1994 - Science - 801 pages
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The objectives of the Third IUPAC Symposium on the Characterization of Porous Solids (COPS-III) were (1) to provide the opportunity for specialists to exchange ideas and new information on theoretical principles and methodology and (2) to generate proposals for the comparison and utilization of the many techniques now available for the characterization of porous solids. A successful outcome of the Symposium has been the final report of the IUPAC Subcommittee on Recommendations for the Characterization of Porous Solids, a summary of which is given in these proceedings. The edited papers included in the present volume have been selected from the 155 oral and poster presentations given at this symposium, which attracted 200 participants from 28 different countries. The following topics were discussed:

1. Simulation and modelling of pore structures and pore-filling mechanisms

2. Novel experimental techniques with particular reference to high-resolution techniques

3. Model pore structures and reference materials

4. Porous materials of technological importance.

The wide range of materials and techniques described provide a useful and comprehensive reference source for academic and industrial scientists and technologists.

 

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Contents

Chapter 45 Effect of alcoholalkoxide ratio on the porosity of zirconia gels
419
Chapter 46 Effect of heating on surface area and pore size distribution of monolithic silica gels
429
Chapter 47 Preparation and characterization of porous BaTiO3 xerogels by solgel process
439
Chapter 48 Characterization of the porosity of an acid leached silicoaluminate glass fibre
449
Chapter 49 The characterization of micropore structures in pillared clay materials PILC using adsorption isotherms
457
Chapter 50 Assessment of porosity in materials formed by oligomeric aluminum hydroxides and αtitanium phosphate intercalation compounds
467
Chapter 51 Revealing zeolite microporosity during organic template removal
477
Chapter 52 Characterization of microporous zirconia gels
487

a comparison of nitrogen and argon results
81
Chapter 10 Adsorbate surface tension effects for isotherms recorded on fractally rough surfaces
91
Chapter 11 Correlation of single and prediction of multicomponent adsorption equilibria at high pore filling degrees
99
Chapter 12 Some intriguing items in the history of adsorption
109
Chapter 13 The comparison of various methods used for the determination of mesopore structure of porous solids
119
Chapter 14 Characterisation of mesoporous solids using sorption hysteresis measurements
129
Chapter 15 Fluidphase morphologies induced by capillary processes in porous media
141
analysis of sorption and comparison with porosimetry
151
eg porosity of deactivated catalysts
165
Chapter 18 Porous structure and adsorption properties of macroreticular organic polymers
173
Chapter 19 Water in spherical cylindrical and slitlike pores
179
Chapter 20 Invasion and transport processes in multiscale model structures for porous media
187
Chapter 21 Local porosity analysis of disordered porous matrices
197
Chapter 22 Heat and mass transfer in porous materials
207
Chapter 23 Transports in reconstructed porous media
211
Chapter 24 Modelling of mercury intrusion and extrusion
225
Chapter 25 Neutron scattering investigations of adsorption in microporous adsorbents having controlled pore geometry
235
Chapter 26 Characterisation of aluminas by Small Angle Neutron Scattering SANS and adsorption isotherm measurements
247
Chapter 27 Pore structure analysis via Small Angle Xray Scattering and Contrast Matching
255
Chapter 28 Determination of anisotropic features in porous materials by SmallAngle Xray Scattering
263
Chapter 29 Characterization of pore size in activated carbons by SmallAngle Xray Scattering
273
Chapter 30 Determination of porous texture in zirconia gels from adsorption isotherm measurements SmallAngle Neutron Scattering and thermoporo...
283
Chapter 31 Adsorption properties of crystalline zirconia and yttriadoped zirconia
293
Chapter 32 NMR measurement of pore structure
301
Chapter 33 Molecular motion in micropore space by DNMR
311
Chapter 34 The use of 15N NMR for the understanding of nitrogen physisorption
319
Chapter 35 Characterization of macropores using quantitative microscopy
327
Chapter 36 An experimental procedure and apparatuses for measurement of density of porous particles
339
Chapter 37 Electrogravimetric measurements of binary coadsorption equilibria
345
Chapter 38 A method for estimation of pore characteristics of solids immersed in a solvent based on the capillary phaseseparation concept
353
Chapter 39 Possibility of chromatographic characterization of porous materials specially by Inverse Size Exclusion Chromatography
363
Chapter 40 Stochastic analysis of dispersion in SizeExclusion Chromatographic columns
373
Chapter 41 Molecular interactions on porous solids under magnetic field
383
Chapter 42 Characterization of solids by thermal desorption in solution
391
Chapter 43 The porosity of solids by thermal desorption of benzene
401
Chapter 44 Formation and pore structure of zeolite membranes
411
Chapter 53 Adsorption of water vapour by microporous magnesium oxide
497
Chapter 54 Surface and textural properties of hydrotalcitelike materials and their decomposition products
507
Chapter 55 Investigation on the adsorption of N2 Ar CO and CH4 on aluminophosphates
517
Chapter 56 Confinement in micropores and enthalpies of physisorption
525
Chapter 57 Crystalline structure analysis by neutron diffraction of argon sorbed phases observed in the high loading regime of silicalite I and ZSM5 ...
535
Chapter 58 Synthesis and sorptive properties of dodecasil 1 H with an accessible pore system
545
Chapter 59 Sorption kinetic investigation of NaCaAtype zeolite ageing
551
Chapter 60 A frequencyresponse study of the diffusion of hydrocarbons in silicalites I and II
563
Chapter 61 A latticegas model for adsorption in microporous solids
573
Chapter 62 Superhigh surface area determination of microporous carbons
583
Chapter 63 Ultramicropore characterization by He adsorption
593
Chapter 64 Activated carbons from semianthracite by steam activation Effect of coal preoxidation and burnoff
603
Chapter 65 Studies of surface and structural heterogeneities of microporous carbons by highresolution thermogravimetry
613
Chapter 66 Characterization of porous carbonaceous resins by electron and scanning probe microscopies
623
Chapter 67 Relation between energetic and structural heterogeneities for microporous active carbons
633
Chapter 68 Characterization of microporous carbon using sorption data of multiple sorbates at various temperatures
641
Chapter 69 Influence of coal preoxidation on textural properties of chars
651
Chapter 70 γirradiation of activated charcoal cloth
661
Chapter 71 Effect of gas pressure in methane induced swelling on the porous structure of coals
671
Chapter 72 Adsorption energy and structural heterogeneity of activated carbons
679
Chapter 73 Characterization of activated carbon fibers with high surface area
689
Chapter 74 Development of porosity in steam activated brown coal chars obtained in different conditions of pyrolysis
695
Chapter 75 Influence of porous structure of active carbons on the chemical transformation of surface functional groups
705
Chapter 76 Characterization of the microporosity and surface area of silica aerogels
715
Chapter 77 Aging and pore formation in silica gels
725
Chapter 78 Adsorption studies of pure and modified imogolite as a potential pore size standard
735
Chapter 79 Porosity and aggregation in samples of the disperse dye CI disperse Red 54
745
Chapter 80 Surface area and porosity changes in iron catalysts during activation and initial use in the FischerTropsch synthesis
753
Chapter 81 Porosity studies of αAl2O3ceramicspowdergreen bodysintered compacts
763
determination of relevant microstructural properties
771
Chapter 83 The importance of the porosity of mortars tiles and bricks in relation to their bonding strengths
781
Author Index
791
Keyword Index
795
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About the author (1994)

Jean Rouquerol is director of the Centre de Thermodynamique, and a leading authority on adsorption thermodynamics and the methodology of thermal analysis and adsorption calorimetry

Kenneth Sing is an emeritus professor of Brunel University and visiting professor at Bristol University, both in the UK. He is co-author of the well-known book Adsorption, Surface Area and Porosity.