MRI and PGSE NMR Studies of Long-range, Pore-pore Interaction Effects in Gas Adsorption
Hitchcock, I., Rigby, S., Chudek, J., Holt, L. and Lowe, J., 2011. MRI and PGSE NMR Studies of Long-range, Pore-pore Interaction Effects in Gas Adsorption. In: Fantazzini, P., Bortolotti, V., Karger, J. and Galvosas, P., eds. Magnetic Resonance in Porous Media. Vol. 1330. , pp. 53-56. (AIP Conference Proceedings)
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In this work MRI and PGSE NMR have been used to directly study the advanced condensation effect during water adsorption in a macroscopically heterogeneous sot-gel silica pellet. It has been found that capillary condensation will occur at unexpectedly lower pressures in regions of much larger pores that lie in close proximity to smaller pores.
|Item Type||Book Sections|
|Creators||Hitchcock, I., Rigby, S., Chudek, J., Holt, L. and Lowe, J.|
|Editors||Fantazzini, P., Bortolotti, V., Karger, J. and Galvosas, P.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||percolation, phase transitions, porous materials, structure of|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Chemical Engineering|
|Additional Information||Proceedings paper from the 10th International Bologna Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Porous Media. 12-16 September 2010. Leipzig, Germany.|
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