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ASTM International - ASTM UOP578-11

Automated Pore Volume and Pore Size Distribution of Porous Substances by Mercury Porosimetry

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 1 February 2011
Status: active
Page Count: 14
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This method is for determining the pore size distribution and pore area of materials by mercury intrusion. Total port volume (intrusion volume), total pore area, bulk (piece) density and apparent (skeletal) density are also determined. At the maximum pressure of 413,700 kPa (60,000 psia) pores as small as 0.003 μm are filled. This method is applicable to materials which are essentially non-compressible at the pressures attained during analysis. The sample must also be non-wetting and non-reactive with mercury, and not larger than a right circular cylinder having 25-mm diameter with a length of 25-mm.

Document History

ASTM UOP578-11
February 1, 2011
Automated Pore Volume and Pore Size Distribution of Porous Substances by Mercury Porosimetry
This method is for determining the pore size distribution and pore area of materials by mercury intrusion. Total port volume (intrusion volume), total pore area, bulk (piece) density and apparent...
January 10, 2003
Automated Pore Volume and Pore Size Distribution of Porous Substances by Mercury Porosimetry
This method is for determining the pore size distribution and pore area of materials by mercury intrusion. Total port volume (intrusion volume), total pore area, bulk (piece) density and apparent...
January 10, 2003
Automated Pore Size Distribution of Porous Substances by Mercury Porosimetry
This method is for determining the pore size distribution and pore surface area of porous substances by mercury intrusion using a Micromeritics AutoPore 9200 Analyzer. Total pore volume, total pore...
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