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Synonyms for adsorbent

a material having capacity or tendency to adsorb another substance

having capacity or tendency to adsorb or cause to accumulate on a surface

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The main components of an HPS line in HTR-PM includes a dust filter, a heater, a copper oxide bed, a pipe filter, several heat exchangers, a molecular sieve adsorber, and a low temperature adsorber.
On the 9th day of HDF the therapeutic decision of commencing hemadsorption with a cytokine adsorber (CytoSorb) was taken.
Recent research produced a high-productivity, strong cation-exchange adsorber for protein capture by graft polymerization onto membranes of differing pore sizes.
V Kulabukhov, "Use of an endotoxin adsorber in the treatment of severe abdominal sepsis," Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica, vol.
La capacidad de las arcillas organicas de adsorber compuestos organicos volatiles (VOCs) es debida al caracter hidrofobico generado cuando la arcilla natural es modificada con moleculas organicas.
In the first step, the adsorber is heated by a heat source at a temperature of [T.sub.H].
The results imply that carbon nanotubes could be used as an adsorber for the adsorption of this anion.
Because the two adsorbers (Figure 1) operate alternatively between the adsorption and desorption phases, the performance of one adsorber and the heat exchanger (either condenser or evaporator in Figure 1) connected to the adsorber is illustrated.
Zeolite 13X-water is used as the working pair and a finned double-tube heat exchanger is used as the adsorber. The COP and specific cooling power (SCP) of the system is 0.38 and 25.7 W/kg, respectively.
Holding R3 technology, the bow case includes an activated carbon web adsorber that releases activated carbon granules into the contents of the bow case, helping the bow and related gear remain scent free.
ScenTotes' Hard Tote is a 20-gallon airtight container that includes an Activated Carbon-Web Adsorber mounted to the lid, as well as a Carbon-Web Adsorber Pocket, designed to de-scent and store smaller items.
In addition to a scent-proof zipper, the bag uses an activated Carbon Web Adsorber, which keeps the enclosed activated carbon suspended in a free air circulation format.
Experiments have been conducted in a fixed bed adsorber configuration in which the bed is a mixture of both Sn[O.sub.2] and [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3].