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Details of the derivation of eq. 3-36) can be found in Rudzinski and Everett (1992). 3-2) shows the plot of y (= bP) versus 0 (eq. 3-32) for the case of c = 7. The figure also shows the line ym such that eq. 3-36) is satisfied. 3-2: Plot of y = bP versus the fractional loading for the Fowler-Guggenheim isotherm (c = 7) This threshold pressure ym = (bPm) is called the phase transition pressure. The physical implication of this phase transition pressure is as follows. When the gaseous phase pressure is less than this phase transition pressure (y < ym), the fractional loading will be in the range (0, 0*).
Similarly for the Hill-de Boer equation, we obtain the same isosteric heat of adsorption as that for the case of Fowler-Guggenheim equation. 3 for the case of Volmer equation that the mobility of adsorbed molecule does not influence the way in which solid interacts with adsorbate. 3-29) has the adsorbate-adsorbate interaction term (e"cG) , it will exhibit interesting behaviour when there is attraction among the adsorbed molecules. But first, let us discuss the situation when there is repulsion among the adsorbed molecules (c < 0).
1-1: Surface energy fluctuations Following the Gibbs approach, we will show the vacancy solution theory developed by Suwanayuen and Danner in 1980. Basically in this approach the system is assumed to consist of two solutions. One is the gas phase and the other is the adsorbed phase. The difference between these two phases is the density. One is denser than the other. In the context of this theory, the vacancy solution is composed of adsorbates and vacancies. The latter is an imaginary entity defined as a vacuum space which can be regarded as the solvent of the system.