This book presents the first ever comprehensive survey of a new
family of nanocomposite sorbents "salt in porous matrix" (CSPMs).
These composites have recently been developed for selective
sorption of water, alcohols, ammonia, and carbon dioxide. They owe
their origin to the catchy idea of target-oriented tailoring of
materials with predetermined adsorption properties harmonized with
a particular adsorption process. The book develops the concept of
target-oriented synthesis and suggests tools for tailoring new
adsorbent materials adapted to multiple practical applications. It
describes properties of approximately 50 new CSPMs of water,
alcohols, ammonia, and carbon dioxide, including the data obtained
in the author's laboratory and literature available by the end of
2018. These data can be used for engineering calculations and
analysis of practical applications. The book also discusses
potential applications of these sorbents for storage and
transformation of low-temperature heat, gas drying, maintenance of
relative humidity in museums, and regeneration of heat and moisture
in ventilation systems.
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