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16] reported that the adsorption amounts in weight of NPE surfactants (NPE1800, NPE A, NPE B and NPE C) was constant for both hydrophobic silica and polystyrene latex and they scaled the anchoring distance s (square root of cross sectional area of polymer molecule) with the adsorbed layer thickness.
The band assignment of the titanium (iv) oxide with adsorbed water molecules are given in Table 1.
The company working to deliver the system is New Jersey (US)-based Adsorbed Natural Gas Products (ANGP) Inc.
The goal of this study is to determine the affinity of [alpha]5[beta]1 integrins on NIH/3T3 fibroblasts for fibronectin adsorbed onto functionalized electrospun PCL scaffolds.
In the chamber, water molecules adsorbed to the exposed side of the graphene, but not on the side facing the silicon dioxide.
The insert now includes the statement that Infanrix (Diphtheria and Tetanus Toxoids and Acellular Pertussis Vaccine Adsorbed) "may be used to complete a DTaP vaccination series initiated" with Pediarix (Diphtheria and Tetanus Toxoids and Acellular Pertussis Adsorbed, Hepatitis B [Recombinant] and Inactivated Poliovirus Vaccine Combined), because both vaccines use the same pertussis antigen components, according to a statement issued by the FDA.
The adsorbed additive probably improves the pigment dispersion, but at the cost of having less free material to improve substrate wetting, reduce cratering, or improve cure.
By difference we calculate the amount that has adsorbed onto the fibres, as a function of time and addition amount.
Pardo (1999) suggested that the primary reason for Zn adsorption enhanced by phosphate was variations in soil-suspension pH and the concomitant changes in surface charge of variable charge soils; the second was that the adsorbed P increased Zn-specific adsorption on organic matter and/or hydrous oxides of the soils.
The adsorbing material (usually solid or liquid) is known as adsorbent (sorbent) while the adsorbed material is the adsorbate (sorbate).
A team of scientists at Spain's Public University of Navarra (PUN) has developed a new adsorbent material said to be capable of storing hydrogen at low temperatures and returning 100 percent of the adsorbed fuel.
As the pressure reaches about 20 torr, water vapor that has been adsorbed on the chamber's internal surfaces begins to slowly desorb, but the residual gas is still dominated by the volume gas filling the chamber.
Desiccant has a finite moisture capacity, so its adsorbed moisture must be purged by regeneration.
While it is believed that denaturation of adsorbed proteins at the implant surface directly leads to the adhesion and activation of platelets and subsequent thrombus formation, no data exists to directly correlate these two phenomena.
In laboratory experiments, the material adsorbed molecules--such as water, ethanol, and methanol--that fit inside its half-nanometer-wide pores, but the network didn't take up slightly larger molecules.