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Ý-Lactoglobulin adsorption equilibrium at low- and high-energy surfaces

Kamal Issa Masoud Malah

Ý-Lactoglobulin adsorption equilibrium at low- and high-energy surfaces

by Kamal Issa Masoud Malah

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adsorption.,
  • Surface chemistry.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Kamal Issa Masoud Al-Malah.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination90 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages90
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18008356M


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Ý-Lactoglobulin adsorption equilibrium at low- and high-energy surfaces by Kamal Issa Masoud Malah Download PDF EPUB FB2

On the bare THH Pt NCs, the surface is already very active for formic acid dissociative adsorption to form CO species, leading to surface poisoning at low potential. As a consequence, the peak current density in the positive-going potential scan is mA cm − 2 much smaller than mA cm − 2 in the negative-going one.

Since solid sorbents are usually based on alkali and, or alkaline-earth metals, removal of adsorbed CO 2 can be accomplished by calcination, as done in temperature swing adsorption (TSA). 12,15,16,23,32,41–84 TSA is based on adsorption at low temperatures and desorption of adsorbed gas components at higher temperatures under constant pressure.

Yamasaki et al. state that this adsorption. The changing curve of equilibrium adsorption capacity with pressure is called the adsorption isotherm.

The specific surface area and pore distribution of the porous sample can be obtained from the measurement and analysis of the adsorption isotherm.

The gases are always physically adsorbed on the solid surface at low temperatures in the. β-Lactoglobulin adsorption equilibrium at low- and high-energy surfaces. Abstract. Graduation date: Ellipsometry was used to study the effects of surface energetics\ud and temperature on the equilibrium adsorptive behavior exhibited by\ud β-lactoglobulin.

β-Lactoglobulin isotherms at 25, 37, and 55°C were\ud constructed for this. Results and discussion Effect of pH on the adsorption kinetics and the surface pressure isotherm. We measured the time evolution of the surface pressure Π(t) of a bubble aging in a protein solutions at various protein concentrations in the range 10 −9 –10 −4 M in presence of 10 mM buffer or in pure water.

The final Π-values in the Π(t) curves after 80 s (∼ h) were Cited by: The Langmuir adsorption isotherm is used to describe the equilibrium between adsorbate and adsorbent system, where the adsorbate adsorption is limited to one molecular layer at or before a relative pressure of unity is reached.

Although the isotherm initially proposed by Langmuir in is generally suitable for describing the chemisorption process when ionic or covalent chemical bonds are. Determine the surface activity, surface concentration, from the measurement of σ as a function of c2.

z The importance of the adsorption control in various applications ⇒ described in text book. (p~) Adsorption at the solid-vapor interface Solid characteristics are history-dependent.

So, File Size: 1MB. The Langmuir adsorption model explains adsorption by assuming an adsorbate behaves as an ideal gas at isothermal conditions. According to the model, adsorption and desorption are reversible processes. This model even explains the effect of pressure i.e at these conditions the adsorbate's partial pressure, is related to the volume of it, V, adsorbed onto a solid adsorbent.

Adsorption is the adhesion of atoms, ions or molecules from a gas, liquid or dissolved solid to a surface. This process creates a film of the adsorbate on the surface of the process differs from absorption, in which a fluid (the absorbate) is dissolved by or permeates a liquid or solid (the absorbent), respectively.

Adsorption is a surface phenomenon, while absorption involves. Glass (a high-energy surface) was observed to adsorb the greatest mass of β-lactoglobulin. Stainless steel was observed to adsorb the least mass of β-lactoglobulin and the plateau values of protein adsorption were found to be consistent with those reported elsewhere, and to lie within the range of adsorbed mass on metal surfaces in : Kamal Issa Masoud Al-Malah.