By Lawrence J. Dunne, George Manos
Channels of nanotubular dimensions exist in quite a few fabrics (examples are carbon nanotubes and the nanotubular channels of zeolites and zeotypes) and exhibit promise for various purposes because of their particular houses. considered one of their most crucial homes is their ability to adsorb molecules and those could exist in quite a few stages.
"Adsorption and section Behaviour in Nanochannels and Nanotubes" presents a great assessment of contemporary and present paintings on adsorption on nanometerials. it truly is a magnificent choice of papers facing the adsorption and section behaviour in nanoporous fabrics from either experimental and theoretical perspectives.
"Adsorption and part Behaviour in Nanochannels and Nanotubes" makes a speciality of carbon nanotubes in addition to zeolites and similar materials.
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Adsorption and Phase Behaviour in Nanochannels and Nanotubes by Lawrence J. Dunne, George Manos