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The Critical Increment of the Adsorption of Hydrogen on Amorphous Carbon at 400°–520° C

Nature volume 128, page 272 (15 August 1931) | Download Citation

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The rates of adsorption of hydrogen on amorphous carbon have been measured for pressures ranging from 1 cm. to 10 3 cm. of mercury. Assuming that the rate of reaction is proportional to the pressure and to the surface covered, the rates will be given by the equation

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  1. Department of Physical Chemistry, The University, Bristol.

    • F. E. T. KINGMAN

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