isotherm


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(meteorology) an isogram connecting points having the same temperature at a given time

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There are several isotherm equations available for analyzing experimental adsorption equilibrium data.
The isotherms exhibited sigmoid shapes described as type II in the isotherm classification [10, 11] which presents a unique property of the ginger products.
Figure 3(b) shows a typical example of the measured desorption and intermediate scanning curves starting from the different positions on the adsorption isotherm.
It is observed that the adsorption isotherms drawn for adsorption of zinc on bentonite from stock solution have followed Freundlich isotherm with a standard deviation of 0.
Sinking of water along the slopes to the deeper layers bends the isotherms to follow the bottom topography.
Secondly, the characterization of the nanoscale finished surfaces has been performed using a co-assisted system: surface area measurements (adsorption/desorption isotherms, surface area measurement and pore size distribution).
38; therefore, we weighted every data point on each isotherm equally.
Mukhopadhyay D, Sanyal SK (2004) Complexation and release isotherm of arsenic in arsenic-humic/fulvic equilibrium study.
All the binding isotherm data including bilirubin:HSA ratios up to 1.
Isotherm generation technology tracks changes in the amount of moisture in a product as the water activity changes.
Keywords Adsorption isotherm, Corrosion inhibition, Electrochemical studies, Brugmansia suaveolens and Cassia roxburghii, SEM-EDS
2+], the results were verified with the Langmuir, Freundlich, Temkin, Dubinin-Radushkevich (D-R) adsorption isotherm models.
In comparison, adsorption of MB on CFA followed the Langmuir isotherm well with a monolayer sorption capacity of 5.