Applications and Challenges in High Pressure Gas Sorption
Many industrial processes and environmentally important applications such as greenhouse gas sequestration and hydrogen storage rely on quantitative data regarding the sorption capacity of solid adsorbents under various temperature and pressure conditions. Compiled in labs, these data serve to evaluate and optimize naturally occurring and synthetic materials such as zeolites, metal-organic frameworks, carbons including coal, shale, and hydride-forming metals.
• The need for high-pressure measurements
• Contrast with low-pressure measurements
• The vacuum-volumetric technique
• Equations of state (EOS)
• Surface excess
In this webinar, you will learn why high-pressure measurements are important to so many industrial and environmental applications, and how we overcome challenges associated with measuring gas adsorption isotherms at high pressure.
Trainer: Dr. Martin Thomas
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