Surface Chemistry of Transition Ion-Doped Solid Sorbents.
NIOSH 1976 Jul:29-54
The surface chemistry of transition ion-doped solid sorbents is discussed. Topics include characteristics of surface complexes, adsorption on A zeolites, interaction of transition ions with water, complexes with organic molecules, and adsorption of open-shell ligands. The phenomena which result in selective identification of various molecules through physiochemical properties of their sorption complexes with transition metal ions in aluminosilicate surfaces. A proposal is made that the fluorescence of these sorption complexes be investigated both from the theorical and the analytical points of view.
Selective-adsorption; Air-quality-control; Air-contamination; Analytical-methods; Chemical-properties; Air-quality-measurement; Chemical-reactions; Sorption;
Second NIOSH Solid Sorbents Roundtable (Edited by E. V. Ballou), NIOSH, Cincinnati, Ohio, HEW Publication No. (NIOSH) 76-193