Material Brief: Activated Carbon - Cyclohexane - Autosorb 6100
Activated carbon was analyzed using cyclohexane (293 K) adsorption on the Anton Paar Autosorb 6100
One application of activated carbons is hydrocarbon separation by adsorption. Single component isotherm measurements give one insight into the adsorption capacity of particular hydrocarbons. Another application is for the removal of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from air. In both of these applications, knowing the material’s capacity to adsorb cyclohexane is critical. The Anton Paar Autosorb 6100 was used to measure the cyclohexane adsorption isotherm of a commercially-available activated carbon.
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