In this paper we present the measured isotherms of nitrogen, methane, ethane, and propane on three carbons: Norit RB2, Chemviron AP 4-60, and highly activated Saran. The measurements are taken at temperatures between 300 and 400 K, in 20 K steps. The measured data is fitted to the Sips adsorption model, where the Sips parameters are determined by a linearization method. The Sips parameters are further adjusted to realize a logic dependence on temperature and the parameter characteristics are discussed. Subsequently, the Sips model is modified to incorporate the temperature dependence. Including the temperature dependence results in a slightly higher error relative to the experimental results (typically 10 % as compared to 6 %). The immediate research product is a convenient expression for every adsorbate-adsorbent system which is discussed in this paper, for calculating the adsorption concentration as a function of temperature and pressure. A more general research product is a better understanding of the Sips parameter characteristics that should help in developing future adsorbents on demand.