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Applications in Industry - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444501653, 9780080557205

Applications in Industry, Volume 120A

1st Edition

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Serial Editor: A. Dabrowski
Hardcover ISBN: 9780444501653
eBook ISBN: 9780080557205
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 17th December 1998
Page Count: 1064
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Table of Contents

Preface. Complete List of Authors. Fundamentals of Adsorption.
Adsorption - its development and applications for practical purposes (A. Dąbrowski). Industrial carbon adsorbents (A. Świątkowski). Standardization of sorption measurements and reference materials for dispersed and porous solids (E. Robens, K.-F. Krebs, K. Meyer, K.K. Unger). Spectroscopic characterization of chemically modified oxide surfaces (J. Pesek, M. Matyska). Advances in characterisation of adsorbents by flow adsorption microcalorimetry (A.J. Groszek). Temperature programmed desorption, reduction, oxidation and flow chemisorption for the characterisation of heterogeneous catalysts. Theoretical aspects, instrumentation and applications (M. Fadoni, L. Lucarelli). Adsorption with soft adsorbents and adsorbates. Theory and practice (G.F. Cerofolini, L. Meda, T.J. Bandosz). Application in Industry. Advanced technical tools for the solution of high capacity adsorption separation (G. Horvath, M. Suzuki). The mutual transformation of hydrogen sulphide and carbonyl sulphide and its role for gas desulphurization processes with zeolitic molecular sieve sorbents (M. Bülow, W. Lutz, M. Suckow). Nitrogen separation from air by pressure swing adsorption (N.O. Lemcoff). Methodology of gas adsorption process design. Separation of propane/propylene and n/iso-paraffins mixtures (J.A.C. Silva, F. Avelino da Silva, A.E. Rodrigues). Fractionation of air by zeolites (S. Sircar, M.B. Rao, T.C. Golden). Production, characterization and applications of carbon molecular sieves from a high ash Greek lignite (P. Samaras, X. Dabou, G.P. Sakellaropoulos). Development of carbon-based adsorbents for removal of mercury emissions from coal combustion flue gas (M. Rostam-Abadi, H-C. Hsi, S. Chen, M. Rood, R. Chang, T.R. Carey, C.F. Richardson, W. Rosenhoover). Sorption properties of gas/coal systems, degasification of coal seams (J. Tóth). The influence of properties within particles of active carbons on selected adsorption processes (B. Buczek). Moisture sorption and transport processes in paper materials (B.V. Ramarao). Adsorption on aluminas - current applications (H. Fleming). Thermal stability of low-temperature alumina-sorbents and catalysts (O.V. Andryushkova, O.A. Kirichenko, V.A. Ushakov). Aluminium hydroxide as selective sorbent of lithium salts from brines and technical solutions (V.P. Isupov, N.P. Kotsupalo, A.P. Nemudry, L.T. Menzeres). Sol-gel preparation of nanostructural adsorbents (Y.S. Lin, S.G. Deng). Ceramic membranes - characterization and applications (E.S. Kikkinides, A.K. Stubos, K.P. Tzevelekos, A.Ch. Mitropoulos, N. Kanellopoulos). Adsorption controlled preparation of heterogeneous catalysts (S. Haukka, E.-L. Lakomaa, T. Suntola). The use of activated carbon as catalyst and catalyst carrier in industrial applications (W.M.T.M. Reimerink). Adsorption of proteins and its role in modern technology and environmenal protection (V.N. Izmailova, G.P. Yampolskaya). Protein adsorption dissociation constants in various types of biochromatography (D.C. Patel, R.G. Luo). Interactions of solutes with monodispersed colloids - practical aspects (E. Matijevic). Solid desiccant dehumidification systems (T.K. Ghosh, A.L. Hines). Applications of Self-Assembled Monolayers (SAMs) of alkanethiolates on gold (S.-W. Tam-Chang, I. Iverson). Adsorption methods in technology of chemooptical interface for fiber optic chemical sensors (A. Dybko, W. Wróblewski). Adsorption principles, design data and adsorbent materials for industrial applications: A Bibliography 1967 - 1997 (M.S. Ray). Subject index.


Volume I contains a brief review of adsorption history and its development for practical purposes up until now. It also presents some important information on adsorbents and catalysts as well as on the methods of their characterization. The part of this volume dealing with practical industrial applications includes chapters presenting advanced technical tools for high capacity adsorption separation of liquid and gas mixtures, development of new adsorbents for removal of hazardous contaminants from combustion flue gases and wastewaters, degasification of coal seams and fabrication of inorganic membranes and their applications. A comprehensive review is also included on contemporary utility of self-assembled monolayers, adsorption proteins and their role in modern industry, adsorption methods in technology of optical fibre glasses, sol-gel technology, solid desiccant dehumidification systems, etc. The articles give both the scientific backgrounds of the phenomena discussed and emphasize their practical aspects.

The chapters give not only brief current knowledge about the studied problems, but are also a source of topical literature on the subject. A comprehensive bibliography on adsorption principles, design data and adsorbent materials for industrial applications for the period 1967-1997 concludes the book.


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Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin, Poland