Adsorption on Silica Surfaces by Eugene Papirer

By Eugene Papirer

Offers crucial fabric at the floor and adsorption houses of silica. Progresses from theoretical concerns to program, with a ancient review, in-depth attention of assorted eventualities of silica adsorption, and effects from contemporary examine. Addresses the necessity for particular ways for every kind of silica adsorption and uniquely devotes attention to silica adsorption from answer. particular subject matters contain floor chemistry utilizing IR and NMR spectroscopies, laptop modeling, micro- and macromolecular species of adsorbents, and the position of silica debris in section transformation of water. The editor is retired examine director on the Centre nationwide de l. a. Recherche Scientifique, Institut de Chimie des Surfaces et Interfaces, France.

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Liquid-phase '70spectroscopy has been reviewed by Kintzinger (871 and there are several published surveysof simple solid oxides [88,89] and of silicates. Much of the latter work, and applications to zeolites has been reviewed by Engelhardt and Michel [go]. Two crystalline phases ofsilica, cristobalite [32], and coesite [91] have been studied by hi~h-resolution1 7 0 spectroscopy. The latter possesses oxygen in five different environments with widely differing Si 0 Si bond angles. It is found that the quadrupole coupling constant, its anisotropy, and the chemical shift correlate with this bond angle.

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