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Heat of Physisortion and the Predictions of
Chi Theory. J. B. Condon
article published in Microporous and Mesoporous Materials.
Recent articles on the subject:
The Chi Representation of Standard Nitrogen,
Argon and Oxygen Adsorption Curves
above is the preprint of a published article: J. B. Condon, Langmuir, 17(11) (2001) 3423-3430.
Equivalency of the Dubinin-Polanyi Equations and the QM Based Sorption Isotherm Equation - Part A. A Mathematical Derivation - a pdf file of 505 kB J. B. Condon - see final article published in Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 38 (2000) 359-376.
Equivalency of the Dubinin-Polanyi Equations and the QM Based Sorption Isotherm Equation - Part B, Simulation of Heterogeneous Surfaces - a pdf file of 198 kB J. B. Condon - see final article published in Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 38 (2000) 377-383.
Calculations of Microporosity and Mesoporosity
by the Chi Theory Method. J. B. Condon, - see final article published
in - Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 55 (2002) 15-30.
QM calculations of Porosity - (a calculation
of mesopority compared to experimental data) J. B. Condon - A
poster article from COPS VII, May 26-28, 2005 - not reprinted in the proceedings
due to political problems. A similar article is available from Microporous
and Mesoporous Materials about Sept 2005.
Surface Area and Porosity Determinations by Physisorption
- Measurements and Theory
Dr. James B. Condon, Professor of Chemistry
Roane State Community College, Harriman, Tennessee
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Table of Contents and Forward (a
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