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Synonyms for adsorbable

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



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Determination of adsorbable organic fluorine from aqueous environmental samples by adsorption to polystyrene-divinylbenzene based activated carbon and combustion ion chromatography.
The danger of soil alkalization is estimated based on the sodium adsorbable by the ground; the result is to impart poor physical properties.
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.
However, the Cluster Rule fell short on regulating volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which play a significant role in the formation of ozone, and adsorbable organic halides (AOX), which exhibit toxicity and may bioaccumulate in fish tissue.
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.
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).
According to the Swedish company, all forms of chlorination result in undesirable secondary products such as THM (trihalomethanes) and AOX (adsorbable organic halogens).
Measurements of chlorophenolic compounds, resins, fatty acids, organochlorines, polychlorirated bipheny/s (PCBs), z-thiocyanomethylbenzothiazole (TCMTB), and adsorbable organic halides (AOX) are below or near detection limits.
To form properly, transfer film requires adsorbable vapors, such as water.
For the weakly adsorbable compound, chloroform, the effect of BOM on its adsorption behavior was noticeable mainly in the region where the equilibrium concentration approached the initial concentration.
They are often measured as the general parameter of adsorbable organically-bound halogens (AOX).
On the other hand, a Superlite DAX-8 (Supelco, USA) and Amberlite XAD-4 (Rohm and Haas, Germany) was used to fractionate NOM into three groups, that is, hydrophobic (DAX-8 adsorbable), transphilic (XAD-4 adsorbable) and hydrophilic (neither DAX-8 nor XAD-4 adsorbable) fractions.