adsorbable


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capable of being adsorbed or accumulated on a surface of a solid

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Koike and Yahagi developed an electrostatic adsorbable sheet which can attach and display printed material on a surface due to electrostastic induction, with adequate durability.
Considering the above drawbacks this study explores the possibility of naturally occurring resident bacteria on the reduction of adsorbable organic halides present in the effluent emanating from pulp and paper mill located in Northern India.
Selectivity, the most important factor at metal extraction, is strongly effected by both salt composition of the liquor after acid leaching and presence of adsorbable admixtures.
12) Likewise, charcoal binds poorly to alcohols and glycols, and its routine use is not indicated in the absence of ingestion of other adsorbable substances.
The facility reduces adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) emissions and improves water quality.
The maximum adsorbable amount of 2,4-xylidine on GAC NORIT RB 1 is according to the Langmuir isotherm 200 mg/g (with an initial concentration of 250 mg/L).
Tekmar-Dohrmann introduced two products: the automated DX-2000 Halide Analyzer for measuring adsorbable organic halides in water effluent, and the AUTOCan, a free standing canister/bag autosampler that facilitates analysis of polar and non-polar organics and connects to any GC or GC/MS.
They are often measured as the general parameter of adsorbable organically-bound halogens (AOX).
GE s new biocide improves heat transfer rates, increases efficiency, reduces the amount of chemicals, which lowers environmental impact, and diminishes adsorbable organic halogens in effluent water.
The aim of this study was to determine how the adsorbable organic halogen (AOX) formation in the elemental chlorine tree (ECF) bleaching effluent was influenced by oxygen delignification before bleaching and by the hexenuronic acid (HexA) content of the pulps.