Experimental and theoretical adsorption isotherms and kinetics data of HFC410A onto activated carbons
are reported. Activated carbon powder of type Maxsorb III and activated carbon fiber of type A-20 have
been used as adsorbents. An experimental apparatus has been designed and built and experimental
investigation has been carried out at five adsorption temperatures in the range of 10e50 C. Experimental
data has been fitted with Toth and DubinineAstakhov (DeA) adsorption isotherm models and
linear driving force (LDF) adsorption kinetics model. A range of adsorption parameters such as isosteric
heat of adsorption, adsorption uptake and temperature dependence and Henry's law coefficients are
evaluated. A correlation between Henry's law coefficients and isosteric heat of adsorption at limiting
uptake is analyzed.