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Volume 98 Issue 4 May 1987 pp 323-332 Physical and Theoretical
The phenomenon of conductivity enhancement on adsorption of various chemical vapours has been used as a probe to study the adsorption and desorption process in 15–15′
Volume 100 Issue 5 October 1988 pp 433-439 Physical and Theoretical
Using electrical conductivity as a probe, the effect of crystal temperature on the process of adsorption and desorption of some chemical vapours on retinoic acid semiconductor has been investigated. It has been observed that a three-stage adsorption process in a sample at low temperature changes over to a two-stage process at higher temperature. Measures of activation energies of adsorption and desorption at different stages have been estimated from kinetic data analysis by using a modified Roginsky-Zeldovich equation.
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