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go away from the surface to which (a substance) is adsorbed

remove from a surface on which it is adsorbed

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The quantities of Hg(II) sorbed and desorbed were determined at the termination of each cycle for three repeated cycles (Table-4).
The same was found for the water desorbed from the grains, wherein the temperature increased the drying time and accelerated the process .
Although there is a difference in higher temperature desorption behavior of DP600, no difference in the amount of diffusible hydrogen, desorbed at lower temperatures, is observed.
This desorbed water ensured better hydration in internally cured samples than control samples and produced concrete with better performance.
Where qde is the quantity desorbed by each of the eluent and qad is the quantity adsorbed by the adsorbent during loading.
In addition, previously adsorbed Ni(II) onto DTOF and SDTOF resins could be easily desorbed by EDTA and HN[O.
These are desorbed to atmosphere during the pressure swing cycle, leaving a supply of ultra-pure nitrogen.
As the eluents flow thoroughly into the dried silica gel, the bio-active constituents in the CLCE that have been absorbed in the silica gel were desorbed into the eluents (the desorption process is based on the similarity of eluents polarity).
The metal ion loaded adsorbent was most effectively desorbed by using 0.
Adsorption/desorption trials showed that Cr(VI) can be effectively desorbed from the fungal biomass using nitric acid.
Since the TiO2 photocatalyst was weakly bound to the surface of the zeolite, TiO2 photocatalysts could be desorbed from the surface of the zeolite by a simple agitation of the slurry solution.
That molecule can then be desorbed by applying a reverse potential.
However, the physisorbed molecules are very weakly bound to the surface, which can be easily desorbed by solvent rinse or heating under a lower temperature (45) (such as below 110[degrees]C reported by Chandekar et al.