Physical Adsorption: Experiment, Theory, and Applications
The study of physical adsorption has economic and technical value, while continuing to present scientific challenges. During recent years three significant trends have become manifest: significant theoretical advances; instrumental developments allowing detailed characterization of materials, including microporous solids; and the realization that closer coupling of scientific and technological lines of enquiry can lead to both greater scientific understanding and better technology.
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