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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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Ae] is the amount of phenol adsorbed on the adsorbent per liter of solution at equilibrium (mg/L).
Adsorption studies are carried out under different experimental variables including adsorbent dosage, solution pH, contact time, ionic strength, temperature, particle size and solute concentration.
Honeywell's UOP R9120-B adsorbent and its UOP R9160-G adsorbent were used in the cleanup efforts at the plant.
Considering the features and advantages attributed to the biological adsorption process, it is fundamental to make attempts to find new technically and economically feasible adsorbent materials (Santos et al.
The significance of this study is the novel initiative to combine the silver nanoparticle with inexpensive kaolin clay and utilization of them as adsorbent and photo catalyst for the degradation of effluent (MGO) dye within the presence of visible light irradiation.
system to then make recommendations for the adsorbent regeneration cycles,
Target: BASF/bleaching clay and mineral adsorbent assets
The finely ground and sieved activated carbon (125 micron sieve) was stored in air tight bottles and used as adsorbent.
Among the adsorbent materials used in this technique, activated carbon stands out because of its excellent adsorptive properties; however, its high production cost is disadvantageous (Deng, Lu, Li, Zhang, & Wang, 2011).
Recently, many adsorbents such as polymer-based adsorbent [3-5], clay-based adsorbent [6, 7] and agricultural waste [8-10] were applied to remove phosphate from aqueous solution.
Adsorption Experiments: The adsorption ability of adsorbent was studied under different conditions of pH, agitation speed, temperature etc.
U-Grabber is a superior adsorbent for the remediation of water and the extraction of commodities from traditionally difficult-to-mine sources, such as oceans, fly ash, mine-tailings ponds and geothermal brines, including fracking water.
The research of processes of a sewage disposal of ammonium sulphate manufacturing with use of bentonite clay as an adsorbent with additive of cationic flocculant allowed revealing a number of the idiosyncrasies caused by specific properties of both phases and kinetics of their interaction during the hashing and flotation which define effectiveness of realization of these processes.
The effects of processing parameters, such as initial 4-NP concentration, temperature, pH, contact time and adsorbent dosage on the adsorption process were investigated.