By S J Sing, K S W Gregg
The relevant goal of the second one version of this e-book continues to be kind of like that of the 1st variation: to provide a severe exposition of using the adsorption equipment for the evaluate of the outside quarter and pore dimension distribution of finely divided and porous solids.
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