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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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To characterise curvilinear desorption of soil P, many researchers described the relationship between desorbed and sorbed P employing a split-line model (2 lines with different slopes) (McDowell and Sharpley 2001; Koopmans et al.
Subsequent degradation of fipronil appeared dependent upon the rate at which it desorbed from the soil.
Determination of the area under the curve fitted to the desorption leaching data indicates that about 170 mg/kg of Cu was desorbed from the soil column by leaching with pH 5, 0.
For example, at 50 mg/L of applied Cu, the amount of Cu desorbed from the non-treated soil was 45.
This trend continues for specimens desorbed (or "aged") for 60 days after saturation (Fig.
1999); hence, Cl present in association with the positive charge density is also desorbed and is leached from the soil profile (Fig.
75]Se was desorbed from alkaline than acidic soils through single extraction with 0.
The desorbed vapors are recondensed, mixed with chemicals, and recycled through the SoilTech Anaerobic Thermal Processor (ATP) system.
The first specimen group received no acetone treatment, the second was immersed in acetone until saturation, and the third one was the saturated specimen desorbed in air for 1 day.
It is often found that substantial proportions of the heavy metals are not readily desorbed back into solution after having been adsorbed by soil components.
The stress-strain properties were measured on 25-mm-long desorbed and dry dumbbell-shaped specimens (thickness typically: 0.
At high pH, the P2 effects are small because the surface potential was already negative; at low pH the effects are again small because of the reacted phosphate becomes more labile and is more readily desorbed.
However, for 6 soils, the amount of P desorbed in the equilibrating solution containing the lowest P concentration exceeded the Colwell extractable P concentration, requiring the maximum amount of desorbed P to be substituted as an estimate of q.
The shrinkage efficiency of the desorbed sample becomes 1 in region II.