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Langmuir Adsorption Isotherm

Langmuir Equation which depicted a relationship between the number of active sites of the surface undergoing adsorption and pressure ….

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Freundlich Adsorption Isotherm

Freundlich gave an empirical expression representing the isothermal variation of Adsorption of a quantity of gas adsorbed by unit mass ….

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Chlorine is an important chemical element of the Halogen family. Chlorine is represented by chemical symbol Cl and has atomic number 17. It exists as a diatomic, yellow green gas. Most abundant compound of Chlorine is Sodium Chloride (NaCl).It is a weaker oxidizing agent in comparison to Fluorine (F2)….

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Bromine is a chemical element of the Halogen family with atomic number 35. It is represented by symbol Br. It is a diatomic molecule and exists as reddish brown liquid state. Bromine ion (Br-) occurs in sea water in soluble compounds form. An interesting fact about Bromine is that it is only non-metallic element which exists in liquid form.

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Adsorption Isotherm

The process of Adsorption is usually studied through graphs know as adsorption isotherm. It is the graph between the amounts of adsorbate ..

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