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Synonyms for adsorbate

a material that has been or is capable of being adsorbed

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

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From an industrial perspective, the bed would only be partially saturated, before being cleaned and the thermal desorbed VOCs would be adsorbed in the bed zone free of adsorbate or would be recycled during the ozonation phase.
The iodine adsorbate system continues to help us to understand a wide variety of phenomena in surface electrochemistry.
In the present study, AYGG was selected as an adsorbate to determine the possibility of using the resins to enrich and recover the adsorbate and investigate the adsorption kinetics of the process.
Equation 3 shows the amount of adsorbate adsorbed at equilibrium per unit mass adsorbent (mg/g), qe, where V is the sample volume (L), [C.
The initial concentration of the adsorbate plays a crucial role, because a given mass of adsorbent can adsorb a certain amount of solute.
Xu, "The Band Structure and Orientation of Molecular Adsorbates on Surfaces by Angle-Resolved Electron Spectroscopies", in Handbook of Thin Films, Vol.
The decrease in adsorption density with increasing temperature is likely due to the weakening of attractive forces between adsorbate and the adsorbent.
the system is designed for a detailed study of sorption processes, sorption, and other physical properties of natural and derived materials relevant to natural and anthropogenic processes based on the interaction of selected gaseous adsorbates a par with solid sorbents, which has long been the subject of research sponsor.
The pHZPC is a very useful parameter that expresses surface charge of the adsorbent and its interactions with adsorbates.
This may be due to adsorbates characteristic in term of electronegativity and ionic radius (Jusoh et al.
With the available data, it is not possible to account theoretical grounds for the each observation and it needs further deep thorough study with regard to surface characteristics of the sorbents, their interaction with the adsorbates using more sophisticated instruments and methodologies and it is beyond the aims of this work.
pH has been termed as the master variable controlling the surface charge of the adsorbent as well as degree of ionization and speciation of aqueous adsorbates.
However, atoms on the surface of the adsorbent are not wholly surrounded by other adsorbent atoms and therefore can attract adsorbates.
They reported that the ratio of these two species depended on adsorbates, and that thiols were coordinately bound to the cations through the lone pair of sulphur atoms in both cases.