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Theory, Modelling and Simulation.
Adsorption of argon and xenon in silica controlled porous glass: a grand canonical Monte-Carlo study (R.J.-M. Pellenq et al.).
The role of isosteric enthalpy of adsorption in micropore characterisation: a simulation study (D. Nicholson, N. Quirke).
Capillary condensation and hysteresis in disordered porous materials (L. Sarkisov, P.A. Monson).
Molecular simulation study on freezing in nano-pores (M. Miyahara et al.).
Characterisation of porous materials using density functional theory and molecular simulation (C.M. Lastoskie, K.E. Gubbins).
Density functional theory of adsorption hysteresis and nanopore characterisation (A.V. Neimark, P.I. Ravikovitch).
Characterisation of controlled pore glasses: molecular simulations of adsorption (L.D. Gelb, K.E. Gubbins).
A new method for the accurate pore size analysis of MCM-41 and other silicia based mesoporous materials (M. Jaroniec et al.).
Comparison of the experimental isosteric heat of adsorption of argon on mesoporous silica with density functional theory calculations (J.P. Olivier).
A computational exploration of cation locations in high-silica Ca-Chabazite (T. Grey et al.).
Density functional theory: diatomic nitrogen molecules in graphite pores (N.N. Neugebauer, M. v. Szombathely).
Modelling studies of the influence of macroscopic structural heterogeneities on nitrogen sorption hysteresis (S.P. Rigby)
Condensation-evaporation processes in simulated heterogeneous three-dimensional porous networks (S. Cordero et al.).
Characterisation of porous solids for gas transport (O. Šolcová et al.).
Experimental and simulation studies of melting and freezing in porous glasses (M. Sliwinska-Bartkowiak et al.).
A fast two-point method for gas adsorption measurements (J.A. Poulis et al.).
Highly Ordered Porous Inorganic Systems.
Rotational design, tailored synthesis and characterisation of ordered meso-porous silicas in the micron and submicron size range (M. Grün et al.).
Relationship between intrinsic pore-wall corrugation and adsorption hysteresis of N2, O2, and Ar on regular mesopores (S. Inoue et al.).
Study of the morphology of porous silica materials (C. Alié et al.).
Adsorption hysteresis and criticality in regular mesoporous materials (S.K. Bhatia, C.G. Sonwane).
Comprehensive structural characterisation of MCM-41: From mesopores to particles (C.G. Sonwane et al.).
Characterisation of mesoporous MCM-41 adsorbents by various techniques (J. Goworek et al.).
Characterisation of mesoporous molecular sieves containing copper and zinc: an adsorption and TPR study (M. Hartmann).
On the applicability of the Horwath-Kawazoe method for pore size analysis of MCM-41 and related mesoporous materials (M. Jaroniec et al.).
Dynamic and structural properties of confined phases (hydrogen, methane and water) in MCM-41 samples (19Å, 25Å and 40Å) (J.P. Coulomb et al.).
Estimating pore size distribution from the differential curves of comparison plots (H.Y. Zhu, G.Q. Lu).
Rotational state change of acetonitrile vapor on MCM-41 upon capillary condensation with the aid of time-correlation function analysis of IR spectroscopy (H. Tanaka et al.).
Systematic sorption studies on surface and pore size characteristics of different MCM-48 silica materials (M. Thommes et al.).
Synthesis and characterisation of ordered mesoporous MCM-41 materials (J.L. Blin et al.).
Textural and spectroscopic characterisation of vanadium MCM-41 materials - application to gas-phase catalysis (P. Trens et al.).
On the ordering of simple gas phases adsorbed within model microporous adsorbents (N. Dufau et al.).
Textural and framework-confined porosity in S+I- mesoporous silica (P. Ågren et al.).
Use of immersion calorimetry to evaluate the separation ability of carbon molecular sieves (C.G. de Salazar et al.).
Molecular simulations and measurement of adsorption in porous carbon nanotubes (E. Alain et al.).
Application of the &agr;s method for analysing benzene, dichloromethane and methanol isotherms determined on molecular sieve and superactivated carbons (P.J.M. Carrott et al.).
Characterisation of porous carbonaceous sorbents using high pressure - high temperature adsorption data (G. De Weireld et al.).
Influence of the porous structure of activated carbon on adsorption from binary liquid mixtures (A. Derylo-Marczewska et al.).
Adsorption mechanism of water on carbon micropore with in situ small angle x-ray scattering (T. Iiyama et al.).
Ultra-thin microporous carbon films (R. Petricevic et al.).
Electrochemical investigation of carbon aerogels and their activated derivatives (H. Pröbstle et al.).
Evolution of microporosity upon CO2-activation of carbon aerogels (R. Saliger et al.).
On the determination of the micropore size distribution of activated carbons from adsorption isotherms (D.L. Valladares et al.).
Role of pore size distribution in the binary adsorption kinetics of gases in activated carbon (S. Qiao, X. Hu).
Confined state of alcohol in carbon micropores as revealed by in situ x-ray diffraction (T. Ohkubo et al.).
Interpretation of Data, Membranes.
Critical appraisal of the use of nitrogen adsorption for the characterisation of porous carbons (P.L. Llewellyn et al.).
Structural characterisation and applications of ceramic membranes for gas separations
(E.S. Kikkinides et al.).
SANS characterisation of mesoporous silicas having model structures (J.D.F. Ramsay et al.).
Pore-scale complexity of a calcareous material by time-controlled mercury porosimetry (A. Cerepi et al.).
SANS analysis of anisotropic pore structures in alumina membranes (L. Auvray et al.).
Zeolite membranes - characterisation and applications in gas separations (S. Kallus et al.).
A modified Horvath-Kawazoe method for micropore size analysis (C.M. Lastoskie).
Further evidences of the usefullness of CO2 adsorption to characterise microporous solids (J. Garcia-Martinez et al.).
Interaction between menisci in adjacent pores (G. Mason et al.).
Studies on the formation and properties of some highly ordered mesoporous solids (M.J. Hudson, P. Trens).
Pore structure of zeolites of type Y and pentasil as the function conditions of preparation and methods of modification (A.V. Abramova et al.).
Characterisation of activated carbon fibers by positron annihilation life-time spectroscopy (PALS) (D. Lozano-Castelló et al.).
Investigation of the textural characteristics and their impact on in vitro dissolution of spray dried drug product size fractions (H. Elmaleh et al.).
The response function method as a novel technique to determine the di-electric permittivity of highly porous materials (S. Geis et al.).
Mesopore characterisation by positron annihilation (T. Goworek et al.).
Characterisation of vanadia-doped silica aerogels (U. Klett, J. Fricke).
Shear strength of mineral filter cakes (O. Ozcan et al.).
A frequency-response study of diffusion and adsorption of C1-C5 alkanes and acetylene in zeolites (Gy. Onyestyák et al.).
Novel Mn-based mesoporous mixed oxidic solids (V.N. Stathopoulos et al.).
Mercury porosimetry applied to precipitated silica (R. Pirard, J.-P. Pirard).
Synthesis and textural properties of amorphous silica-aluminas (C. Rizzo et al.).
Porous texture modifications of a series of silica and silica-alumina hydrogels and xerogels: a thermoporometry study (J.P. Reymond, J.F. Quinson).
Comparison of specific surface areas of a micronised drug substance as determined by different techniques (M. Sautel et al.).
Investigations on the surface properties of pure and alkali or alkaline earth metal doped ceria (I. Pashalidis, C.R. Theocharis).
Comparison of the porosity evaluation results based on immersion calorimetry and gravimetric sorption measurements for activated chars from a high volatile bituminous coal (A. Albiniak et al.).
Measuring permeability and modulus of aerogels using dynamic pressurisation in an autoclave (J. Gross).
The Fifth International Symposium on the Characterisation of Porous Solids (COPS-V) was held at Heidelberg, Germany, from May 30 to June 2, 1999. About 220 participants from 25 countries enjoyed a very successful meeting with 32 lectures and 155 poster presentations.
The Symposium started with a highly stimulating lecture by Sir John Meurig Thomas, Cambridge, highlighting the recent developments in engineering of new catalysts. The following two full sessions were devoted to theory, modelling and simulation which provide the basis for the interpretation of pore structural data of adsorbents and finely dispersed solids. Sessions 2 and 3 focused on the advances in the synthesis and characterisation of highly ordered inorganic adsorbents and carbons. Sessions 4 and 5 addressed important questions with respect to the characterisation of porous solids by sorption measurement and other related techniques.
The intensive three-day programme provided a stimulating forum for the exchange of novel research findings, concepts, techniques and materials which are collected in this volume.
For chemists involved in surface science and catalysis.
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