By W. Rudzinski, D. H. Everett
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6. Comparison of adsorption isotherms corresponding to the Bragg-Williams, quasi chemical theories and the exact solution for c — 4 for localised adsorption. 6 we compare the shapes of the adsorption isotherms predicted by the various theories. This comparison is made at two fixed values of TJT, and it is seen that as far as the shapes of the isotherms are concerned, neither the Bragg-Williams nor the quasi-chemical approximations lead to forms significantly different from the exact isotherms.
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19 27 Because problems associated with lateral 14 A dsorption o f Gases on Heterogeneous Surfaces interactions and surface heterogeneity can very quickly complicate the picture, we begin by developing only the simplest theories of localised and mobile adsorption. 1 Localised adsorption The theories of localised adsorption are mainly based on lattice statistics, and constitute a group of ‘lattice gas’ theories based on the Ising model. 28 Following Fowler and Guggenheim,29 we consider a lattice of M sites, in which every site has on average c nearest-neighbour adsorption sites.