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The use of immersion calorimetry in the determination of micropore distribution of carbons in the course of activation

Kraehenbuehl, F. ; Stoeckli, Fritz ; Addoun, A. ; Ehrburger, P. ; Donnet, J. B.

In: Carbon, 1986, vol. 24, no. 4, p. 483-488

The combination of gas-solid adsorption experiments with immersion calorimetry of carbons into liquids of increasing molecular dimensions leads to accurate micropore distributions in the range 0.4-0.8 nm. This technique is used to study the development of the micropore structure during activation of carbons with CO2 or KOH. Plus

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    Summary
    The combination of gas-solid adsorption experiments with immersion calorimetry of carbons into liquids of increasing molecular dimensions leads to accurate micropore distributions in the range 0.4-0.8 nm. This technique is used to study the development of the micropore structure during activation of carbons with CO2 or KOH.