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Offline jasmine

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adsorption
« on: 26/11/2004 15:38:38 »
Does the augmentation of the pressure by augmentation of the mone number of an inerte gaz (doesn't adsorb on the surface of a solid), and conserving the mole number of the gaz that could adsorb on the surface of the solid, can affect the quantity of adsorbed molecule?


 

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Re: adsorption
« Reply #1 on: 29/11/2004 18:21:45 »
This post doesn't read logically. Can anyone "translate" or clarify jasmine's question? And jasmine, if you would like to correct or edit the post, you can do that after you log-in first.
 

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Re: adsorption
« Reply #2 on: 01/12/2004 08:45:48 »
It sounds like she's asking if inert gases can be adsorbed onto solids by increasing the pressure and/or concentration of them.  Not sure though.



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Re: adsorption
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