Latest techniques on BET surface area analysis: Gas Physisorption and Chemisorption
Surface heterogeneity and irregularities have played major role in determining various attributes including the surface area, porosity, filtration capacity, density, metal dispersion, kinetic rates and their accessibility to other reactant molecules. Among various technologies, gas physisorption comprising BET surface area analysis has been a method of choice for surface area, pore size distribution and total pore volume measurement. While gas chemisorption studies have been used for catalyst characterization using temperature programmed reactions and static chemisorption etc. Over the years, many technological advancement in the gas sorption analysis methods have been made for more accurate analysis approaching towards minimum human interventions.
In the proposed webinar, we will be discussing various technological advancements at different levels of process steps in gas physisorption and chemisorption. The webinar not only cover the most advanced techniques for enhanced capabilities of gas sorption instruments but will also explain advanced data reduction regimes for more accurate measurement.
- Basics of gas sorption techniques (Physisorption & Chemisorption)
- Common concern during analysis
- Latest techniques for accurate analysis
- Accurate models for data reduction
- Q&A session
Dr. Gupta earned his doctorate and post-doctoral degrees from the University of Delhi, and he is currently employed as Technical Manager with Anton Paar India's Characterization Division in Gurugram, Haryana. He has over 15 years of expertise working with catalytic reactions and analytical instruments. Dr. Gupta has over 40 international papers to his name, with around 3000 citations. Dr. Gupta also has extensive experience in porous material characterization and catalyst efficiency evaluation utilizing Gas Sorption Techniques and has led various training programs on the subject.
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