By D. D. Eley, Herman Pines, Paul B. Weisz
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30). In this case, Eqs. (24) and (30) transform into Eqs. (20) and (23). 0 (the empirical coefficient taking into account that a void with the radius r has necks with radii lower than r/A). In the present discussion, we put A = 1. Taking into account the fact that the mean coordination number for all the voids is defined by Eq. (21), we can rewrite Eq. P) = and P' are the fractions of necks and voids with r > r,. Equation (31) is useful in practical calculations. Finally, it is reasonable to discuss the relationships between fractions [Eqs.
21) and (22), we have zoq = 2 f [ q ( r ) dr/ f ( r ) dr (23) ‘P Here and below, the radius distribution of voids, f ( r ) , is assumed to be defined so that f ( r ) d r is the number of voids with the radius from r to r + dr per unit volume (or mass) of the sample. The radius distribution of necks, cp(r), is defined analogously. Equations (20) and (22) were first derived by Wall and Brown (14) and were then employed by Kheifets and Neimark (15- 17). In practice, the case in which the size distributions of voids and necks do not overlap is rare.
Advances in Catalysis, Vol. 39 by D. D. Eley, Herman Pines, Paul B. Weisz