Time-Resolved Inverse Gas Chromatography and Its Applications

Nicholas A. Katsanos and George Karaiskakis

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June 2004
180 pp.

ISBN: 0-9728061-0-5

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Contents

Chapter 1

THE GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHOD

I. Introduction

II. Gas Chromatographic Methods and Terminology

III. Elementary Mathematics of Inverse Gas Chromatography

IV. Experimental Corrections on Net Retention Volumes

V. Broadening and Asymmetry of the Elution Peaks

VI. The van Deemter Equation

References

 

Chapter 2

INVERSE GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY

I. Introduction

II. Differential Enthalpy and Entropy of Adsorption

III. Surface Energy of Solids

IV. Inverse Gas-liquid Chromatography

V. Adsorption Isotherms

A. Step-and-Pulse Method

B. A Chromatographic Dynamic Technique

VI. Phase Transitions in Polymers

VII. The Flory-Huggins Interaction Parameter

VIII. Concluding Remarks

References

 

Chapter 3

TIME-RESOLVED CHROMATOGRAPHY

I. Introduction

II. The Basic Mathematical Model and Its Solution

III. Calculations Based on the Mathematical Model

IV. Time-Resolved Calculations

V. Typical Examples of Time-Resolved Quantities

Appendix 3A

Appendix 3B

References

 

Chapter 4

PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF TIME-RESOLVED GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY

I. Introduction

II. Lateral Molecular Interactions

III. Surface Diffusion Coefficients

IV. Adsorption Rates on Heterogeneous Surfaces

V. Surface Energy on Heterogeneous Surfaces

VI. Effectiveness Factors in Heterogeneous Catalysis

VII. Summary of the Applications According to the Scientific Fields

VIII. Representative Practical Applications

A. The Damage Measurement for the Action of Air Pollutants (SO2, NO2, etc.) on Marbles and Monuments

B. The Study of Action of Hydrocarbon Pollutants on Pigments

C. Characterization of Three-Way Catalysts Used for the Removal of CO from Automobile Exhaust Gases and H2-Rich Gas Mixtures

D. Study of the Exchange of Pollutants Between the Atmosphere and the Water Environment

E. Study of the Interaction of Vinyl Chloride With Polyvinyl Chloride and Liquid Foods

F. Determination of the Composition of Gas Mixtures from the Measured Diffusion Coefficients

Appendix 4A

Appendix 4B

Appendix 4C

Appendix 4D

References

Preface | About the Authors

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