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Synonyms for sorbent

a material that sorbs another substance

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Sorbent technology is used to regenerate dialysate.
The cleanup of accidental oil spills in water is an enormous challenge; conventional oil sorbents absorb large amounts of water in addition to oil and other cleanup methods can cause secondary pollution," write the authors.
Sorbents for oil spill clean-up can be categorized into three categories of materials: inorganic, synthetic organic and natural organic.
After the granulometric classification of the sorbents, they were classified as to the humidity by the TAPPI T264 cm-97 standard (Technical Association of Pulp and Paper Industry [Tappi], 2000d), and the ash by the TAPPI T211 om-93 standard (Technical Association of Pulp and Paper Industry [Tappi], 2000a) standard.
The aim of this work is to determine the impact of aluminum and manganese ions additives on surface and sorption properties of zirconium oxyhydroxide based sorbents during their production process.
Pall Corporation, a global leader in filtration, separation and purification, announced the signing of a supply agreement for KANEKA KanCapA, a leading Protein A (PrA) chromatography sorbent from Kaneka Corporation, Japan for the primary capture of monoclonal antibodies from clarified cell culture.
It is not only due to the surface structure of sorbents, but it may also influence the interaction between sorbents and mercury ions.
Chitosan has been used as a sorbent in this research to eliminate fluoride from aqueous environments.
Because the compounds were both neutral and basic in nature, an SPE sorbent that has hydrophobic and strong cation-exchange properties was chosen (Figure 2).
Nowadays natural and synthetic sorbents are applied as single solution for oil spills since this technique is effective rapid and cost saving for cleaning these pollutions and reduce environmental effects.
Nowadays carbonic sorbents (like silicate ones) are widely used for water purification from different contaminants [2-7].
Development of sorbents of toxic metals and radionuclides based on inexpensive regenerable natural sorbents with high capacity, good mechanical properties and stability for waste water treatment, groundwater remediation, and construction of active geochemical barriers has a significant consequence in technology and environmental protection.
14, 2012), "Polymeric Sorbents for Removing Low Level Contaminants," William John Koros, Wulin Qiu, and Kuang Zhang (Georgia Tech Research Corp.
The process is based on two underlying technologies: regenerable immobilized amino-saline sorbents for capturing carbon dioxide and a steam regeneration technique for deploying these sorbents.