The heats of adsorption of carbon tetrachloride, chloroform, methylene chloride, and ethyl chloride were determined by the method of Pearce and McKinley. The effect of temperature on the molecular heats of adsorption is very small. The molecular heats of adsorption, ranging from 12.1 kilogram calories for methylene chloride to 15.4 kilogram calories for carbon tetrachloride, seem to increase with the number of substituted chlorine atoms in the molecule.
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Pearce, J. N. and Reed, G. H.
"The Heats of Adsorption of Organic Vapors on Charcoal at 25° and 50°,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 37(1), 223-223.
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