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DOI 10.1021/ja109235c
Title (Primary) Guest diffusion in interpenetrating networks of micro- and mesopores
Author Furtado, F.; Galvosas, P.; Gonçalves, M.; Kopinke, F.-D.; Naumov, S.; Rodríguez-Reinoso, F.; Roland, U.; Valiullin, R.; Kärger, J.
Source Titel Journal of the American Chemical Society
Year 2011
Department TUCHEM
Volume 133
Issue 8
Page From 2437
Page To 2443
Language englisch
Abstract Pulsed field gradient NMR is applied for monitoring the diffusion properties of guest molecules in hierarchical pore systems after pressure variation in the external atmosphere. Following previous studies with purely mesoporous solids, also in the material containing both micro- and mesopores (activated carbon MA2), the diffusivity of the guest molecules (cyclohexane) is found to be most decisively determined by the sample "history": at a given external pressure, diffusivities are always found to be larger if they are measured after pressure decrease (i.e., on the "desorption" branch) rather than after pressure increase (adsorption branch). Simple model consideration reproduces the order of magnitude of the measured diffusivities as well as the tendencies in their relation to each other and their concentration dependence.
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Furtado, F., Galvosas, P., Gonçalves, M., Kopinke, F.-D., Naumov, S., Rodríguez-Reinoso, F., Roland, U., Valiullin, R., Kärger, J. (2011):
Guest diffusion in interpenetrating networks of micro- and mesopores
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 133 (8), 2437 - 2443 10.1021/ja109235c