Auteur Juan Carlos Moreno-Piraján studied chemistry and obtained its PhD in Chemistry at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia and ...
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Juan Carlos Moreno-Piraján studied chemistry and obtained its PhD in Chemistry at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia and as of July 1995 he is linked to the chemistry department of the Faculty of Sciences of the Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia). Obtaining a Magna Cum Laude grade both in his undergraduate thesis as well as in his PhD thesis. He is Director of the Porous Solids and Calorimetry research group. His area of interest is calorimetry applied to the characterization of porous solids, which he uses in the characterization of special materials. He designs and builds his own calorimeters in particular immersion and adsorption calorimeters. He has more than 350 publications on thermodynamics to his name
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Calorimetric Methods for the Characterization of Porous Materials presents calorimetric methods used in the characterization of porous materials using chemical thermodynamics. Among these materials, catalysts, supports and adsorbents (such as Activated Carbon, Metal-Organic-Frameworks, SBA-15, Zeolites, Graphene, Graphite, Carbon Foams) are presented. In addition, the use of calorimetry in the study of catalytic reactions in different phases is explored applicable to air and wastewater treatment, clean and renewable energies, green chemistry, as well as energy production and storage (CO2, CH4 and H2 at high pressure). Chapters summarize basic concepts of thermodynamics and kinetics alongside experimental techniques such as thermal analysis and calorimetry. In addition, information is given about different calorimetric methods that can be used in studies aimed at characterizing the physicochemical properties of adsorbents, supports and solid catalysts, as well as the processes related to the adsorption-desorption phenomena of the reactants and/or products of catalytic reactions.
Calorimetry: overview of historical development, instrumentation design and construction criteria2. Calorimetry and thermodynamics conceptualization3. Instrumentals aspects4. Calorimetry for the solid-liquid interface5. Study of gas-phase systems by adsorption calorimetry6. Applications studies using calorimetry7. Catalytic and kinetic studies by calorimetry8. Contributions of calorimetry for the advancement of science9. Contributions of calorimetry to biology and pharmacy
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Calorimetric Methods for the Characterization of Porous Materials