Pulse (Dynamic Flow) Chemisorption Analysis Sample Report

Pulse (dynamic flow) chemisorption, conducted at a temperature of interest, can determine the number of accessible active sites, active surface area, degree of dispersion, and active particle (crystallite) size. Pulse chemisorption is commonly used to probe strong active sites only, while the static technique can distinguish between strong or weak active sites.

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Quantachrome Autoflow BET+ (Dynamic Flow / Carrier Gas Method) Sample Report

The BET (Brunauer, Emmett and Teller) theory is commonly used to evaluate the gas adsorption data and generate a specific surface area result expressed in units of area per mass of sample (m2/g).

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