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The number of grid points per (smallest) molecular diameter, ngrid. 3. Lennard Jones potentials, ε. 4. Lennard Jones diameters, σ. 5. The non-ideality parameters, k. 6. 4-13). 7. The cut off radius for Lennard-Jones potential, rc. 8. The moll masses, m. 9. The system pressure, P. The Lennard-Jones interaction parameters obeyed Lorentz-Berthelot rules. 1-4) The deviation of the interaction parameter, k, from unity is a measure for the non-ideality of the mixture. All integrations were carried out by the trapezoidal rule.
The past two decades statistical mechanics calculations made clear that in the micro-pores, with a diameter of a few molecular sizes, pore filling mechanisms like filmlayer formation and continuous pore filling play an important role. , 1999]. The numerical models of adsorption may be separated into three general categories. Firstly the molecular dynamic (MD) simulations in which the forces between discrete molecules are calculated to follow their individual timedependent movements. Secondly, Monte Carlo (MC) methods replace the lengthy process of time integration with trial-and-error minimisation of the free energy followed by ensemble averaging.
2-6a,b,c the amounts adsorbed are separated in the amount adsorbed in the first molecular layer, near the pore wall, and the amount adsorbed in the middle of the pore. mole ] Fig. 2-6a Total isotherm (total density) AC RWB1, separated in part of adsorbate that is located in first molecular layer near pore wall (first layer) and adsorbate that is located in middle of pore, at least one molecular layer away from both pore walls (middle pore). 2-3a. mole ] Fig. 2-6b Total isotherm (total density) of AC R1-extra, separated in part of adsorbate that is located in first molecular layer near pore wall (first layer) and adsorbate that is located in middle of pore, at least one molecular layer away from both pore walls (middle pore).
Adsorption onto Heterogeneous Porous Materials: Equilibria and Kinetics by Aarden F.B.