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Specific and Nonspecific Interactions between Methanol and Ethanol and Active Carbons

López-Ramón, María Victoria ; Stoeckli, Fritz ; Moreno-Castilla, Carlos ; Carrasco-Marín, Francisco

In: Langmuir, 2000, vol. 16, no. 14, p. 5967–5972

The interaction of methanol and ethanol with active carbons of different origins and containing between 0.81 and 7 mmol g-1 surface oxygen has been examined by immersion calorimetry and by vapor adsorption at 293 K, benzene being the reference. The results obtained by these independent techniques are in excellent agreement. With respect to pure carbons, the surface oxygen leads to...

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On the characterization of acidic and basic surface sites on carbons by various techniques

López-Ramón, María Victoria ; Stoeckli, Fritz ; Moreno-Castilla, Carlos ; Carrasco-Marín, Francisco

In: Carbon, 1999, vol. 37, no. 8, p. 1215-1221

Active carbons of different origins have been oxidized with H2O2 and (NH4)2S2O8 and their oxygen surface complexes have been characterized by TPD, classical titration following Boehm's method and by neutralization calorimetry. The net enthalpies of neutralization, determined by immersion calorimetry into NaOH and HCl 2 N lead to...

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Distribution of surface oxygen complexes on activated carbons from immersion calorimetry, titration and temperature-programmed desorption techniques

Stoeckli, Fritz ; Moreno-Castilla, C. ; Carrasco-Marín, Francisco ; López-Ramón, M. V.

In: Carbon, 2002, vol. 39, no. 14, p. 2235-2237

A. activated carbons; C. microcalorimetry, temperature-programmed desorption; D. immersion enthalpy, surface oxygen complexes

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Water adsorption on activated carbons with different degrees of oxidation

Carrasco-Marín, Francisco ; Mueden, Abdelaziz ; Centeno, Teresa A. ; Stoeckli, Fritz ; Moreno-Castilla, Carlos

In: Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions, 1997, vol. 93, no. 15, p. 2211-2215

A typical activated carbon, derived from olive stones, has been oxidized to different degrees with (NH4)2S2O8 and analysed by water vapour adsorption, immersion calorimetry, acid–base titration and temperature-programmed desorption of CO2 and CO monitored by mass spectrometry. These techniques led to a coherent description of the surfaces...