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When the Esp contribution becomes significant that the polarity of the adsorptive molecule is important. 5 illustrate this behaviour. Here E 0 is measured from the enthalpy of adsorption, [A ads/~0] (determined by the chromatographic method at very low surface coverage, as explained in Chapter 3). E 0 is plotted against the number of carbon atoms, N c, in the various series of hydrocarbons. It is striking that there is an almost common linear relation between E 0 and N c. , 1991). By plotting experimental and theoretical low-coverage enthalpies of adsorption as a function of the molecular polarizability, Avgul and Kiselev (1970) also obtained a linear relation for a wide range of polar and non-polar molecules on graphitized carbon black (including noble gases, dimethyl ketone, ethyl ether and a series of alcohols).
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Adsorption by powders and porous solids : principles, methodology, and applications by Françoise Rouquerol; J Rouquerol; K S W Sing