The Absorbing Capacity of Clays as Related to Their Structural Arrangement (Pro Sorbshchinu Zdatnist' Glin U Zvyazku z ikh Strukturoyu),
ARMY MEDICAL INTELLIGENCE AND INFORMATION AGENCY WASHINGTON D C
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This report discusses the results of the following research The absorbing capacity of benzole by Chasiv-Yarsky clay and Volodymyrivsky kaolin with respect to their firing temperatures The isothermal curve of absorption of benzole and water vapors by Chasiv-Yarsky clay fired at 500 C The absolute pore sizes and the structural curve for Chasiv-Yarsky clay fired at 500 C Practical conclusions regarding clay as an absorber of gases, and as a binding agent in the production of granular activated coal were made.
- Physical Chemistry
- Geology, Geochemistry and Mineralogy