AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
Title: The comprehensive analysis of the adsorption process on BASOSIV M050 metal-organic frameworks material
Miroslaw Kwiatkowski in 2004 obtained Ph.D. degree from the Faculty of Energy and Fuels at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków (Poland), and in 2018 D.Sc. degree from the Faculty of Chemistry at the WrocÅ‚aw University of Technology (Poland) in the discipline: chemical technology. Currently Dr. Miroslaw Kwiatkowski is working an assistant professor at the AGH University of Science and Technology, at the Faculty of Energy and Fuels. His published work includes more than 45 papers in reputable international journals and 75 conference proceedings.He is the editor in chief of The International Journal of System Modeling and Simulation (United Arab Emirates), an associate editor of Micro & Nano Letters Journal (United Kingdom) and a member of the many editorial board of internationals journals as well as a member of the organizing and scientific committees many international conferences in Europe, Asia and United States of America. Dr. MirosÅ‚aw Kwiatkowski is also a regular reviewer in a most reputable scientific journals.
Adsorption processes are among the widespread applications of Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs), which found employment in: removal of harmful substances such as heavy metals from liquid and gaseous streams, storage and sequestration of gases such as carbon dioxide, methane and hydrogen as well as in separation and purification of gases products, catalytic processes and others. The performance and applicability of MOFs in mentioned processes among others depend on the high specific surface area and adsorption capacity. In this work adsorption properties of N2, CO2 and CH4 on Basosiv M050 sample were determined by a volumetric method. The adsorbed volume values with respect to relative pressure were obtained for all of the gases. The nitrogen adsorption isotherms were studied at 77 K, and CO2 and CH4 adsorption isotherms were studied at 273 K. The BET and Langmuir surface areas of the samples were determined using N2 adsorption isotherms. Adsorption capacities for CO2 and CH4 are also calculated from their isotherm analysis. Additionally, the new numerical method with the unique fast multivariant identification procedure was employed for the analysis of the adsorption process on a specific type of a MOF sample, Basosiv M050. The proposed tools permit the gathering of a broader spectrum of information on the analysed structure of MOFs materials and the adsorption processes taking place on their surface as compared with the others methods. Additionally the proposed method with unique numerical procedure can be a good starting point for the development of more advanced tools.