Adsorption isotherm equations are linearized plots of different solid-liquid phase equilibria used in calculating different parameters related to the adsorption process. Isotherm equations deals with physical adsorption of gases and vapor and gives the most important characteristics of industrial adsorbents that include pore volume, pore size or energy distribution. PUPAIM has 28 documented adsorption isotherm models listed by Dabrowski (2001) <doi:10.1016/S0001-8686(00)00082-8> and Ayawei et al.(2017) <doi:10.1155/2017/3039817>. These models could be easily fitted in R using adsorption data (Ce and Qe) obtained from experiments.
|Author||John Ray V. Saroyda, Ranya Yyan S. Cruz, Roel Joseph C. Antonio, Carl Luis P. Flestado, Jeff Ryan S. Magalong, Kim Zyrell P. Zagala, Carmela L. Barbacena, Jeann M. Bumatay, Leslie F. Bautista, Chester C. Deocaris|
|Maintainer||Chester C. Deocaris <[email protected]>|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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