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Which model should be selected to analyze the experimental data among many adsorption kinetic models?

submitted on 16.12.2017, 04:22 and posted on 18.12.2017, 16:20 by yongson hong, Gwang-Il Kim, Jin-Xi Zhang, Chol-Jin Ri, Gyong-Chol Son, Byong-Suk Kim, Min-U Paek, Il-Hyok Kim, Hyok-Man Rim, Bing-Si Liu

For many years adsorption kinetics has been investigated, the development of kinetic model has been proceeded in order to obtain the particular kinetic model which better agree with the experimental data. As the result, dozens of kinetic models have been established and used individually despite there are a certain relationship between them. Students often ask which model should be selected to analyze their experimental data among different adsorption kinetic models. In order to clarify dependence relationship and similar degree between adsorption kinetic models, we calculated and compared. Calculation results were successfully compared with the correlation between them and an education method for adsorption kinetic study was proposed. This method can help graduate students of chemical engineering to understand the calculations on kinetics.


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Kim Hyong Jik Normal University, Department of Chemistry


Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

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