Faculté des sciences

Adsorption and structural studies on activated carbons

Stoeckli, Fritz ; Huber, U.

In: Inflammation Research, 1977, vol. 7, no. 3, p. 411-420

The porous structure of activated carbons is examined from the point of view of gas adsorption, and in relation to classical methods such as X-ray diffraction and electron microscopy. It is suggested that the different approaches to the problem of microporosity should provide complementary information, which can be useful for a better understanding of static and dynamic adsorption processes in... More

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    The porous structure of activated carbons is examined from the point of view of gas adsorption, and in relation to classical methods such as X-ray diffraction and electron microscopy. It is suggested that the different approaches to the problem of microporosity should provide complementary information, which can be useful for a better understanding of static and dynamic adsorption processes in activated carbons.