Physical adsorption processes and principles

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Papers from a symposium held at fifty-ninth Annual Meeting of AIChe in Detroit, Michigan.

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StatementLawrence N. Canjar and John A. Kostecki, editors.
SeriesChemical engineering progress symposium series -- no. 74
ContributionsCanjar, Lawrence N., Kostecki, John A., American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
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Pagination99p. :
Number of Pages99
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* Effect of pressure: In case of physisorption of gases over solids, the extent of adsorption increases with increase in pressure as the volume of the.

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