## What is the shape of the graph in the Freundlich adsorption isotherm?

The relation is generally represented in a curve where the mass of the gas adsorbed per gram of the adsorbent is plotted against pressure. These curves indicate a decrease in physical adsorption at a fixed pressure with an increase in temperature.

### What does the Freundlich isotherm graph shows?

When we plot a graph between log (x/m) and log p, a straight line with positive slope will be obtained. This graph represents the Freundlich adsorption isotherm.

**How do you plot a Freundlich isotherm graph?**

To test the validity of Freundlich isotherm, we can plot log x/m on the y-axis and log P on the x-axis. If the plot shows a straight line, then the Freundlich isotherm is valid, otherwise, it is not. The slope of the straight line gives the value of 1/n, while the intercept on the y-axis gives the value of log k.

**What is K and n in Freundlich isotherm?**

K and n are constants for a given adsorbate and adsorbent at a given temperature (from there, the term isotherm needed to avoid significant gas pressure fluctuations due to uncontrolled temperature variations in the case of adsorption experiments of a gas onto a solid phase).

## What is an adsorption isotherm describe Freundlich adsorption isotherm with graph?

Adsorption isotherm is the variation of the mass of the gas (adsorbate) adsorbed per gram of the adsorbent with pressure at constant temperature. The Freundlich adsorption isotherm is the mathematical representation for the variation of the extent of adsorption (x/m) with pressure (P) at a given temperature.

### What is n in Freundlich adsorption isotherm?

Solution : In Freundlich adsorption isotherm, `(x)/(m)= kp^(1//n)` Where, x = amount of adsorbent m = amount of adsorbate The value of n is always greater than 1. So, the value of 1/n lies between 0 and 1 in all cases. Answer.

**What is the purpose of adsorption isotherms?**

The adsorption isotherm is a graph that shows the surfactant concentration against the amount of surfactants adsorbed onto unit mass solid, when the solid (skin, hair, powder) is applied with a surfactant solution at a fixed temperature and reaches the equilibrium concentration.

**How do you plot Langmuir and Freundlich isotherm?**

The Langmuir isotherm model is solved by plotting Ce/qe on y-axis and Ce on x-axis. The slope will give the value of 1/qm and intercept will give 1/(kl *qm). In the Freundlich model, we plot log qe on y-axis and log Ce on x-axis.