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Journal of the International Adsorption Society

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15-06-2019 Open Access

Confrontation of various adsorption models for assessing the porous structure of activated carbons

Herein, a comprehensive analysis of DFT methods as a tool for evaluating the impact of the nature of the activating agent on the porous structure of activated carbons derived from hazelnut shells is given. The study was based on the use of NLDFT …


Comparative study on the urea removal by different nanoporous materials

The current hemodialysis system is not efficient in removing uremic toxins, especially urea. Huge amount of fresh dialysate is required for a dialysis treatment. Poor uremic toxins removal result in toxic waste accumulation in the patients’ …

06-06-2019 | Editorial

Editorial for the special issue “SAASA 2018” in “Adsorption” by guest editors Carlos Wexler and Karim Sapag


In silico studies of the interaction of the colon cancer receptor and RNA aptamer adsorbed on (1 0 1) facet of TiO2 nanoparticle investigated by molecular dynamics simulation

The epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is a trans-membrane protein which belongs to the ErbB family of receptor tyrosine kinases (RTK). The peptide growth factors of the EGF-family of proteins activated these trans-membrane proteins by …


Seed-assisted, organic structure-directing agent-free synthesis of KFI-type zeolite with enhanced micropore volume and CO2 adsorption capacity

ZK-5 (a KFI-type framework topology) is a “small-pore” zeolite with a three-dimensional channel system with eight-membered ring micropore openings (ca. 0.39 nm). Several recent studies have shown that ZK-5 has the potential to be applied in solid …

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