Magnetic Field Effect on Water Adsorption
The equilibrium pressure of water adsorption systems changed by application of magnetic fields less than 1 T at 303 K. The pressure change was proportion to the equilibrium pressure. The magnetic field dependence of the magnetic effect on water adsorption (MAD) seems to be classified into three types: magnetoadsorption, magnetodesorption, and magnetodesorption-to-magnetoadsorption transition. Such characteristics of MAD are thermodynamically discussed by magnetization changes of adsorption phase during adsorption.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Water Adsorption Equilibrium Pressure Magnetic Field Dependence Activate Carbon Fiber
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