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Jacek Jagiello, Ph. D.

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Dr. Jacek Jagiello received his M.S. degree in chemistry from Jagiellonian University, in Krakow, Poland, with a specialty in Quantum Chemistry. He received his Doctorate in Chemistry at M. Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin, Poland in 1984, studying the thermodynamics of physical adsorption on heterogeneous surfaces, under the supervision of Prof. W. Rudzinski.

Dr. Jagiello has authored and co-authored more than 90 scientific publications, including two book chapters and more than 40 lectures presented at international conferences. He has also co-authored four U.S. patents.

In 2008, Dr. Jagiello joined Micromeritics, where he is involved in the development of methods for interpretation and modeling of adsorption measurements. His research interests are focused on adsorption properties of non-porous and porous materials - with special interest in the advancement of the understanding and characterization of activated carbons.

He began his study of the theory of physical adsorption on heterogeneous surfaces as an Assistant Professor and Research Assistant at the University of Science and Technology (AGH) in Krakow. As a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Centre National de la Recherché Scientifique (CNRS) in Mulhouse, France, he studied Inverse Gas Chromatography, participating in a group under the direction of Dr. Papirer. Later, holding a second postdoctoral position with Prof. Schwarz at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, he worked on hydrogen and methane storage on activated carbons.

In 1996, Dr. Jagiello moved from academic to industrial research when he joined the Carbon Research Group at the Charleston Research Center of Westvaco Corporation in Charleston, South Carolina . His research projects were primarily related to the development of methods for characterization of activated carbons and to the pore structure-based modeling of carbon performance for specific applications.
Later, collaborating with several international scientific groups, Dr. Jagiello contributed to research in the area of adsorption of various gases, including hydrogen, on carbon nanotubes, metal organic frameworks, and other porous materials, while he worked at Quantachrome, Boynton Beach, Florida.

One year before joining Micromeritics he returned briefly to academia as a visiting scientist at The University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research, where he conducted research projects in the areas of energy storage in carbon double layer capacitors and the capture of CO2 from the flue gas of coal fired power plants.


 

Hierarchical Structures: Quantifying the Complex Pore Architecture of Hierarchical Faujasite Zeolites and the Impact on Diffusion - Advanced Functional Materials, Jeffrey Kenvin, Sharon Mitchell, Michael Sterling, Robbie Warringham, Tobias C. Keller, Paolo Crivelli, Jacek Jagiello, Javier Pérez-Ramírez (2016), (Adv. Funct. Mater. 31/2016). Adv. Funct. Mater., 26: 5768. doi:10.1002/adfm.201670203

Direct Structural Evidence of Commensurate-to-Incommensurate Transition of Hydrocarbon Adsorption in a Microporous Metal Organic Framework
Debasis Banerjee, Hao Wang, Qihan Gong, Anna M. Plonka, Jacek Jagiello, Haohan Wu, William R Woerner, Thomas J. Emge, David H. Olson, John B Parise and Jing Li
Chem. Sci., 2015, Accepted Manuscript

Enhanced reactive adsorption of H2S on Cu–BTC/ S- and N-doped GO composites
Amani M. Ebrahim, Jacek Jagiello and Teresa J. Bandosz
Journal of Materials Chemistry A Issue 15, 2015

Adsorption Properties of Activated Carbons Prepared from Waste CDs and DVDs
Jerzy Choma, Michal Marszewski, Lukasz Osuchowski, Jacek Jagiello, Aleksandra Dziura, and Mietek Jaroniec
ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng., 2015, 3 (4), pp 733–742

Dual gas analysis of microporous carbons using 2D-NLDFT heterogeneous surface model and combined adsorption data of N² and CO²
Jagiello, J., Ania, C., Parra, J. B., & Cook, C. (2015). Carbon

Unified Method to the Total Pore Volume and Pore Size Distribution of Hierarchical Zeolites from Argon Adsorption and Mercury Intrusion
Jeffrey Kenvin, Jacek Jagiello, Sharon Mitchell, and Javier Perez-Ramirez, 20 January 2015

Effects of CO² activation of carbon aerogels leading to ultrahigh micro-meso porosity
Gloria Rasines, Carlos Macías, Marta Haro, Jacek Jagiello, Conchi O. Ania, 11 January 2015

Carbons with narrow pore size distribution prepared by simultaneous carbonization and self-activation of tobacco stems and their application to supercapacitors
P. Kleszyka, P. Ratajczaka, P. Skowrona, J. Jagiellob, Q. Abbasa, E. Frackowiaka, F. Béguina, 25 September 2014 

Adsorption of pentane isomers on metal-organic frameworks Cu-BTC and Fe-BTC
Arnošt Zukal, Maksym Opanasenko,Miroslav Rubeš, Petr Nachtigall, Jacek Jagiello, 03 July 2014

Complexity of CO² adsorption on nanoporous sulfur-doped carbons: Is surface chemistry an important factor? Original Research Article In Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available online 18 March 2014
Mykola Seredych, Jacek Jagiello, Teresa J. Bandosz

Insight into the Mechanism of CO2 Adsorption on Cu-BTC and its Composites with Graphite Oxide and Aminated Graphite Oxide  
Yunxia Zhaoa, b, Mykola Seredych, Jacek Jagiello, Qin Zhong, Teresa J. Bandosz

Edge Article The first example of commensurate adsorption of atomic gas in a MOF and effective separation of xenon from other noble gases
Hao Wang, Kexin Yao, Zhijuan Zhang, Jacek Jagiello, Qihan Gong,  Yu Hanb and Jing Li    Chem.Sci. 2014

Carbon slit pore model incorporation surface energetical heterogeneity and geometrical corrugation
Jageillo, J., Olivier J.P., Adsorption2013

2D-NLDFT adsorption models for carbon slit-shaped pores with surface energetical heterogeneity and geometrical corrugation. 
Jageillo J., Olivier J.P., Carbon2013

Monte Carlo simulation and experimental studies on the low temperature characterization of nitrogen adsorption on graphite
Chuyan Fan, D. D. Do, D. Nicholson, Jacek Jagiello, Jeffrey Kenvin, Marissa Puzan
Carbon 52, (2013) 158-170

In Situ Studies of Ion Transport in Microporous Supercapacitor Electrodes at Ultralow Temperatures
Y. Korenblit, A. Kajdos, W.C. West, M. C. Smart, E. J. Brandon, A. Kvit, J. Jagiello, G. Yushin
Advanced Functional Materials, 2012, 22, 1655-1662
 
Toward Understanding Reactive Adsorption of Ammonia on Cu-MOF/Graphite Oxide Nanocomposites
C. Petit, L. Huang, J. Jagiello, J. Kenvin, K. Gubbins, T. Bandosz
Langmuir , 2011, 27, 13043–13051
 
Thermodynamics of CO2 Adsorption on Functionalized SBA-15 Silica. NLDFT Analysis of Surface Energetic Heterogeneity
A. Zukal, J. Jagiello, J. Mayerova, J. Cejka
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2011, 13, 15468–15475
 
Effects of Temperature on Adsorption of Methanol on Graphitized Thermal Carbon Black: A Computer Simulation and Experimental Study
Van T. Nguyen, D. D. Do, D. Nicholson, J. Jagiello
J. Phys. Chem. C 2011, 115, 16142–16149
 
Using a New Finite Slit Pore Model for NLDFT Analysis of Carbon Pore Structure
J. Jagiello, J. Kenvin, James P. Olivier, A. R. Lupini, C. I. Contescu
Adsorpt. Sci.Technol., 2011, 29,769-780.
 
Tailoring the Pore Alignment for Rapid Ion Transport in Microporous Carbons
A. Kajdos, A. Kvit, F. Jones, J. Jagiello, G. Yushin
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 3252–3253

A Simple Two-Dimensional NLDFT Model of Gas Adsorption in Finite Carbon Pores.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 114 , 2009, 19382

Tests of Pore-Size Distributions Deduced from Inversion of Simulated and Real Adsorption Data
A. D. Lueking, H.-Y. Kim, J.Jagiello ·K. Bancroft, J. K. Johnson, M. W. Cole
J. Low Temp. Phys. 157, 410–428 (2009)

Optimizing H2 Volumetric Storage Capacity of Carbon Materials for MobileApplications
L. Zubizarreta, J. Jagiello, A. Arenillas, C. O. Ania, J. B. Parra, J. J. Pis
“Characterization of Porous Solids VIII” (S. Kaskel, P. Llewellyn, F. Rodriguez-Reinoso, N. A. Seaton Eds.) 2009, The Royal Society of Chemistry, p.134-141.

Characterization of Pore Structure of Carbon Molecular Sieves Using DFT Analysis of Ar and H2 Adsorption Data
J. Jagiello, W. Betz
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 108, 117–122 (2008)

Using DFT Analysis of Adsorption Data of Multiple Gases Including H2 for the Comprehensive Characterization of Microporous Carbons
J. Jagiello, C. O. Ania, J. B. Parra, L. Jagiello, J. J. Pis
Carbon 45 1066-1077 (2007)

Carbide-Derived Carbons: Effect of Pore Size on Hydrogen Uptake and Heat of Adsorption
G. Yushin, R. Dash, J. Jagiello, J. E. Fisher, Y. Gogotsi
Advanced Functional Materials 15, 2288-2293 (2006)

Testing the Feasibility of Using the Density Functional Theory Route for Pore Size Distribution Calculations of Ordered Microporous Carbons
T. Roussel, J. Jagiello, R. J.-M. Pellenq, M. Thommes, C. Bichara
Molecular Simulation 32, 551-555 (2006)

DFT-Based Prediction of High-Pressure H2 Adsorption on Porous Carbons at Ambient Temperatures from Low-Pressure Adsorption at 77 K
J. Jagiello, A. Ansón, M. T. Martínez
J. Phys. Chem. B110, 4531-4534 (2006)

Achieving High Density of Adsorbed Hydrogen in Microporous Metal Organic Frameworks
J. Y. Lee, L. Pan, S. P. Kelly, J. Jagiello, T. J. Emge, J. Li
Advanced Materials 17, 2703-2706 (2005)

Gas Sorption Properties of Microporous Metal Organic Frameworks
J. Y. Lee, J. Li, J. Jagiello
Journal of SolidStateChemistry 178, 2527–2532 (2005)

Porosity, Surface Area, Surface Energy, and Hydrogen Adsorption in Nanostructured Carbons
A. Ansón, J. Jagiello, J. B. Parra, M. L. Sanjuan, A. M. Benito, W. K. Maser, M. T. Martínez 
J. Phys. Chem. B108, 15820-15826 (2004)

Hydrogen adsorption on a single-walled carbon nanotube material: A comparative study of three different adsorption techniques
A. Ansón, M. Banham, J. Jagiello, M. A. Callejas, A. M. Benito, W. K. Maser, M. A. Zuttel, P. Sudan, M. T. Martínez 
Nanotechnology 15, 1503-1508 (2004)

High-Resolution Adsorption of Nitrogen on Mesoporous Alumina 
J. Cejka, N. Zilkova, J. Rathousky, A. Zukal, J. Jagiello
Langmuir 20, 7532-7539 (2004)

Comparison of DFT Characterization Methods Based on N2, Ar, CO2, and H2 Adsorption Applied to Carbons with Various Pore Size Distributions 
J. Jagiello and M. Thommes
Carbon 42, 1227-1232 (2004)

Improved DFT Methods for Micropore Size Characterization of Activated Carbons: Role of Pore Wall Heterogeneity
P. I. Ravikovitch, J. Jagiello, D. Tolles, and A. V. Neimark
In Extended Abstracts Carbon '01. Lexington , Kentucky , 2001

Determination of the Pore Size Distribution and Network Connectivity in Microporous Solids by Adsorption Measurements
V. Lopez-Ramon, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz and N. A. Seaton
Langmuir, 13, 4435 (1997)

Preparation and Characterization of the Pore Structure and Acidity of Hydroxy-Cr Smectites
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz
Polish Journal of Chemistry 71, 637 (1997)

Effect of Mineral Host on Surface Acidity of Hydroxy-Cr Intercalated Clays
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz
Clays and Clay Minerals 45, 110 (1997)

Effect of Surface Chemistry on Sorption of Water and Methanol on Activated Carbons
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, J. A. Schwarz and A. Krzyzanowski
Langmuir 12, 6480 (1996)

Characterization of the Structure and Surface Acidity of Hydroxy-Cr Taeniolites
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz
Journal of Physical Chemistry 100, 15569 (1996)

Effect of Template Constrains on Adsorption Properties of Synthetic Carbons Prepared within the Gallery of Layered Double Hydroxides 
K. Putyera, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz
Carbon 34, 1559 (1996)

Pore Structure of Carbon-Mineral Nanocomposites and Derived Carbons Obtained by Template Carbonization 
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz
Chemistry of Materials 8, 2023 (1996)

Changes in Acidity of Pillared Taeniolites on Heat Treatment  
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz
Journal of the Chemical Society Faraday Transactions 92, 4631 (1996)

A Study of Acidity and Structure of Hydroxy-Cr Intercalated Bentonites 
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 182, 570 (1996)

Characterization of Microporous Carbons Using Adsorption at Near Ambient Temperatures
J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz
Langmuir 12, 2837 (1996)

Adsorption of Sulfur Hexafluoride and Propane at Temperatures Near Ambient on Pillared Clays
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz
Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data41, 880 (1996)

Surface Chemical Heterogeneity of Pillared Hydrotalcites
K. Putyera, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz 
Journal of the Chemical Society Faraday Transactions 92, 1243 (1996)

Sorption and Desorption of Lithium Ions from Activated Carbons
A. Seron, H. Benaddi, F. Beguin, E. Frackowiak, J. L. Bretelle, M. C. Thiry, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz 
Carbon 34, 481 (1996)

Adsorption near Ambient Temperatures of Methane, Carbon Tetrafluoride, and Sulfur Hexafluoride on Commercial Activated Carbons
J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz 
Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data 40, 1288 (1995)

Surface Acidity of Pillared Taeniolites in Terms of Their Proton Affinity Distributions 
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz 
Journal of Physical Chemistry 99, 13522 (1995)

Thermodynamically Consistent Analysis of Silica Surface Heterogeneity Using Alkane and Alkene Adsorption Isotherms 
J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz 
"Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Fundamentals of Adsorption" 
(M. D. LeVan Ed.) Kluwer: Boston, MA; 1996; p.417.

Micropore Structure of Template-derived Carbons Studied Using Adsorption of Gases with Different Molecular Diameters 
J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz 
Journal of the Chemical Society Faraday Transactions 91, 2929 (1995)

Sieving Properties of Carbons Obtained by Template Carbonization of Polyfurfuryl Alcohol within Mineral Matrices 
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz
Langmuir 11, 3964 (1995)

Study of Nanocomposites Obtained by Carbonization of Different Organic Precursors within Taeniolite Matrices 
T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz 
Clays and Clay Minerals 44, 237 (1996)

Proton Binding Distributions: A Scientific Basis for the Design and Construction of Supported Metal Catalysts 
C. Contescu, J. Jagiello, J. A. Schwarz 
"Preparation of Catalysts VI" (G. Poncelet, J. Martens, B. Delmon, P. A. Jacobs and P. Grange Eds.) 1995 Elsevier, p. 237-252

Micropore Structure Development in Poly(Sodium_4-Stryrenesulfonate) Derived Carbons
K. Putyera, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz 
Carbon 33, 1047 (1995)

Determination of Proton Affinity Distributions for Chemical Systems in Aqueous Environments Using Stable Numerical Solution of the Adsorption Integral Equation 
J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 172, 341 (1995)

Structural and Adsorption Properties of Carbons Synthesized within Taeniolite Matrices 
T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera, J. Jagiello, J. A. Schwarz, J.-N. Rouzaud, F. Beguin and I. B. Maimoun 
Journal of the Chemical Society Faraday Transactions 91, 493 (1995)

Characterization of Acidity of Pillared Clays by Proton Affinity Distribution and DRIFT Spectroscopy 
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz
Journal of the Chemical Society Faraday Transactions 90, 3573 (1994)

Carbon Surface Characterization in Terms of Its Acidity Constant Distribution 
J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz 
Carbon 32, 1026 (1994)

Stable Numerical Solution of the Adsorption Integral Equation Using Splines 
J. Jagiello 
Langmuir 10, 2778 (1994)

Hydrotalcite-Like Structures as Molecular Containers for Preparation of Microporous Carbons
K. Putyera, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz 
Applied Clay Science 10, 177 (1995)

Binding Properties of Hydroxyl Groups on Substrates in Aqueous Environments: Their Relationship to Catalyst Preparation 
J. A. Schwarz, C. Contescu, J. Jagiello
Chapter 4 in "Catalysis" vol. 11, 1994 The Royal Society of Chemistry

Adsorption Energy and Structural Heterogeneity of Activated Carbons 
J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz
"Characterization of Porous Solids III " (J. Rouquerol, F. Rodriguez-Reinoso, K. S. W. Sing, K. K. Unger Eds.) 1994 Elsevier p. 679-689

Sorption Properties of Carbon Composite Materials Formed from Layered Clay Minerals
K. Putyera, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz 
Clays and Clay Minerals 42, 1 (1994)

Study of Carbon-Smectite Composites and Carbons Obtained by in Situ Carbonization of Polyfurfuryl Alcohol  
T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz 
Carbon 32, 659 (1994)

Study of Carbon Microstructure Using Inverse Gas Chromatography 
J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz 
Carbon 32, 687 (1994)

Chemistry of Surface Tungsten Species on WO3/Al2O3 Composite Oxides under Aqueous Conditions 
C. Contescu, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz
Journal of Physical Chemistry 97, 10152 (1993)

Characterization of the Surfaces of Activated Carbons in Terms of Their Acidity Constant Distributions 
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, C. Contescu and J. A. Schwarz  
Carbon 31, 1193 (1993)

Heterogeneity of Proton Binding Sites at the Oxide/Solution Interface 
C. Contescu, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz 
Langmuir 9, 1754 (1993)

Application of Inverse Gas Chromatography to the Study of the Surface Properties of Modified Layered Minerals 
T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz 
Microporous Materials 1, 73 (1993

Effect of Surface Chemical Groups on Energetic Heterogeneity of Activated Carbons 
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz 
Langmuir 9, 2518 (1993)

Relationship between Energetic and Structural Heterogeneity of Microporous Carbons Determined on the Basis of Adsorption Potentials in Model Micropores  
J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz 
Langmuir 9, 2513 (1993)

Hydrogen Adsorption/Storage on Activated Carbons
J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, K. A. G. Amankwah, D. Zhou and J. A. Schwarz 
Proceedings of the 3rd Annual U.S. Hydrogen Meeting of the National Hydrogen Association, Washington, D.C. 1992

Thermodynamic Description of the Process of Gas Liberation from a Coal Bed 
J. Jagiello, M. Lason and A. Nodzenski 
Fuel 71, 431 (1992)

Energetic and Structural Heterogeneity of Activated Carbons Determined Using Dubinin Isotherms and an Adsorption Potential in Model Micropores 
J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz 
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 154, 225 (1992)

A Study of the Activity of Chemical Groups on Carbonaceous and Model Surfaces by Means of Infinite Dilution Chromatography 
J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz 
Chromatographia 33, 441 (1992)

Chemical and Structural Properties of Clay Minerals Modified by Inorganic and Organic Materials 
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, K. A. G. Amankwah and J. A. Schwarz 
Clay Minerals 27, 435 (1992)

Inverse Gas Chromatography Study of Modified Smectite Surfaces
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, B. Andersen and J. A. Schwarz 
Clays and Clay Minerals 40, 306, (1992)

Comparison of Methods to Assess Surface Acidic Groups on Activated Carbons
T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz 
Analytical Chemistry 64, 891 (1992)

Inverse Gas Chromatographic Study of Activated Carbons: The Effect of Controlled Oxidation on Microstructure and Surface Chemical Functionality 
J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science  151, 433 (1992)

Oxidation of Activated Carbons Studied by High Pressure Methane Adsorption. The Effect on Pore Structure and Adsorption Energy Distribution
J. Jagiello, P. Sanghani, T. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz   
Carbon 30, 507 (1992)

Application of Inverse Gas Chromatography at Infinite Dilution to Study the Effects of Oxidation of Activated Carbons 
J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz 
Carbon 30, 63 (1992)

A Study of the Acidic Properties of Pure and Composite Oxides by Inverse Gas Chromatography at Infinite Dilution 
C. Contescu, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz 
Journal of Catalysis 131, 433 (1991)

Local Exact and Approximate Solutions of the Adsorption Integral Equation with a Kernel of Langmuir-Like Isotherm: Determination of Adsorption Energy Distribution 
J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz 
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 146, 415 (1991)

Surface Energy and Adsorption Energy Distribution Measurements on Some Carbon Blacks 
E. Papirer, S. Li, H. Balard and J. Jagiello
Carbon 29, 1135 (1991)

Inverse Gas Chromatographic Studies on Silica: Infinite Dilution and Finite Concentration Measurements 
I. Tijburg, J. Jagiello, A. Vidal and E. Papirer 
Langmuir 7, 2243 (1991)

A New Method of Evaluation of Specific Surface Area of Solids Using Inverse Gas Chromatography at Infinite Dilution 
J. Jagiello and E. Papirer 
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 142, 232 (1991)

Characterization of Silicas by Inverse Gas Chromatography at Finite Concentration Determination of Adsorption Energy Distribution Function
J. Jagiello, G. Ligner, E. Papirer
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 137, 128 (1990)

Characterization of Specific Interaction Capacity of Solid Surfaces by Adsorption of Alkanes and Alkenes. Part II: Adsorption on Crystalline Silica Layer Surfaces 
G. Ligner, M. Sidqi, J. Jagiello, H. Balard, E. Papirer
Chromatographia 29, 35 (1990)

A Simple Approach to the 2D Mobile Adsorption of Gases on Heterogeneous Solid Surfaces Exhibiting Random Surface Topography 
W. Rudzinski and J. Jagiello
Adsorption Science and Technology 6, 35 (1989)

Characterization of Specific Interaction Capacity of Solid Surfaces by Adsorption of Alkanes and Alkenes. Part I: Adsorption on Open Surfaces 
M. Sidqi, G. Ligner, J. Jagiello, H. Balard, E. Papirer 
Chromatographia 28, 588 (1989)

Virial-Type Thermal Equation of Gas-Solid Adsorption 
L. Czepirski and J. Jagiello 
Chemical Engineering Science 44, 797 (1989) 

Adsorption of Organics on Thermally Treated Solids Obtained from Colloidal Silica
M. M. Kopecni, S. K. Milonjiç, W. Rudzinski, J. Jagiello 
Collection Czechoslovak Chem. Commun. 52, 572 (1987)

Low-Pressure Adsorption of Gases on Heterogeneous Solid Surfaces and the Virial Description Formalism 
W. Rudzinski, J. Jagiello, J. Michalek, S. Milonjiç, M. Kopecni 
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science104, 297 (1985)

The Distribution of Adsorption Energy in Na-X and Na-Y Zeolites
W. Schirmer, H. Stach, K. Fiedler, W. Rudzinski, J. Jagiello
Zeolites 3, 199 (1983)

Low-Pressure Adsorption of Single Gases on Heterogeneous Solid Surfaces 
W. Rudzinski and J. Jagiello 
Vacuum 32, 577 (1982)

Low-Temperature Adsorption of Gases on Heterogeneous Solid Surfaces: Effects of Surface Topography 
W. Rudzinski and J. Jagiello 
Journal of Low Temperature Physics 48, 307 (1982)

Physical Adsorption of Gases on Heterogeneous Solid Surfaces: Evaluation of Adsorption Energy Distribution from Adsorption Isotherms and Heat of Adsorption 
W. Rudzinski, J. Jagiello, Y. Grillet
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science87, 478 (1982)