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Nevertheless the values for A are sufficiently accurate to enable plausible estimates of a,(z)and OoCx) to be made. 7A3 for 0’- in MgO. Since it is unreasonable to suppose that O(Na) would carry a charge of this magnitude this sets a0(*) within the range l . 05)A3is the best estimate; the same as a,(,)within the error limit. This result suggests that the polarizable electronic environment in the vicinity which follow from this of O(2) is very similar to that at O(1). 4A3respectively. DISCUSSIONAND CONCLUSIONS The use of Auger data to determine polarizability depends on the postulate that local dipole polarizability is the predominant relaxation process in response to the instantaneous electrostatic field created at a cation in the XPS process.
J. Appl. ,1988,64,4585. This Page Intentionally Left Blank J. Rouquerol, F. W. K. ) Characterization of Porous Solids I l l Studies in Surrace Science and Catalysis, Vol. V. All rights reserved. 41 The effect of pore geometry on adsorption behavior Perla B. Balbuena"* and Keith E. Gubbinsb "Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Texas, Austin, TX 78712, USA bSchool of Chemical Engineering, Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853 , USA , Abstract We compare the adsorption behavior (adsorption isotherms, phase equilibria and heats of adsorption) for simple fluids in pores of slit and cylindrical geometry.
35 Table 3: Generalized Auger parameter f o r silicates. n are taken from references [IS] and (1 41. 3 Table 4: A irger parameters, polarizabilities and mean lattice polarizabilities f o r several zeolites, R ratio silicon to aluminium in brackets (na=not available). 2 I1 11 NaY ( 2 . Lewis acid forms are not considered since they only occur after treatment at rather high temperatures. Because of Loewenstein's rule, an Al will always be found in the grouping AI(OSi), with the single negative charge balanced by an associated counterion charge (we only consider Na' and H' counter ions here).