Adsorption, Surface Area, & Porosity, Second Edition by S. J. Gregg

By S. J. Gregg

The relevant goal of the second one variation of this booklet continues to be just like that of the 1st version: to provide a serious exposition of using the adsorption tools for the evaluate of the outside and pore measurement distribution of finely divided and porous solids.

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