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E. T. Podoll C. F. Billett R. E. W. J. Greenleaf P. G. J. J. Szanto J. P. Fletcher C. Foster THERMODYNAMICS OF ADSORPTION FROM MIXED SOLVENTS Denver G. Hall Unilever Research Port Sunlight Laboratory Quarry Road East, Behington, Wirral, Merseyside L63 3JW ABSTRACT A general thermodynamic treatment of adsorption from mixed solvents is provided. It is designed to apply in situations where adsorbed species may be regarded as distinct from their bulk counterparts. Clausius-Clapeyron type expressions are derived which relate differential and integral enthalpies of adsorption to the temperature dependence of the adsorption equilibria concerned.
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Examination ot equation ( 2 3 ) reveals that when t = 1 , the non-ideality of the surface phase is the same as for the bulk phase, while t = 0 indicates an ideal surface phase. s SURFACE ACTIVITY COEFFICIENTS 55 An adsorption isotherm can be obtained for every choice of t. According to the preceding analysis, each one will intersect the experimental isotherm at some x = £ ( t ) , £ being a function of t. By repeating the application of Rolle s theorem to a pair of model adsorption isotherms (with different values for t ) , it is found that the definition ( 2 3 ) results in a situation where all possible model isotherms for a given system have a common point at X £ = £ and x ^ = n .
Adsorption from Solution by R Ottewill (Eds.)