Liquid and vapor flows in porous bodies

surface phenomena by N. V. Churaev

Publisher: Gordon & Breach Science Publishers in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Written in English
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  • Porous materials -- Permeability.,
  • Surface chemistry.
  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 305-319) and index.

    StatementN.V. Churaev ; foreword by J. Lyklema ; English edition edited by A. Galwey ; translated from the Russian by M.N. Churaeva.
    SeriesTopics in chemical engineering ;, v. 13
    ContributionsGalwey, A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA418.9.P6 C4813 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 323 p. :
    Number of Pages323
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3629876M
    ISBN 109056991493
    LC Control Number2002421469
    OCLC/WorldCa42135437

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Topics treated in this book include structural peculiarities, equilibrium and properties of liquids in porous bodies. Various mechanisms of mass transfer are considered, including liquid flow in pores and films, gas diffusion, combined transfer of liquid and vapor, convective diffusion in solutions, structure formation, capillary phenomena, and Cited by: Ch.

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Equilibrium of Liquids in Porous Bodies Adsorption layers Wetting films 1. Porous Bodies as a Disperse System 2. Equilibria Between Vapors and Liquids in Porous Bodies 3. Properties of Liquids in Narrow Pores 4. Flow in Pores Filled with Liquid 5. Flow of Wetting Films 6. Vapor Flow in Porous Bodies 7.

Nonstationary Mass Transfer. Topics treated in this book include structural peculiarities, equilibrium and properties of liquids in porous bodies. Various mechanisms of mass transfer are considered, including liquid flow in pores and films, gas diffusion, combined transfer of liquid and vapor, convective diffusion in solutions, structure formation, capillary phenomena, and.

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