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Definition of the noun adsorption

What does adsorption mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: adsorptions

  1. the accumulation of molecules of a gas to form a thin film on the surface of a solid

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Glossary of pesticide

enrichment of one or more components in an interfacial layer

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Google previewHandbook of Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse (1995)

by Donald R. Rowe, Isam Mohammed Abdel-Magid

Physical adsorption is a readily reversible phenomenon. The adsorbed substances do not dissolve in the solid but remain entirely upon the surface. Chemosorption, or activated adsorption, is the result of a chemical interaction between the ...

Google previewActivated Carbon for Water and Wastewater Treatment (2011)

Integration of Adsorption and Biological Treatment by Ferhan Cecen, Özgür Aktas

Adsorption is the accumulation or concentration of substances at a surface or interface.

Google previewPhysical Chemistry

by R L Madan

The phenomenon of attracting and retaining the molecules of a substance on the surface of a liquid or solid resulting into higher concentration of the molecules on the surface is called adsorption. The substance which is adsorbed on the ...

Google previewEngineering Chemistry (2008)

by Sivasankar

This phenomenon of attracting and concentrating a substance by the surface of a solid or liquid is called adsorption. Adsorption is different...

Absorption is thus a bulk phenomenon while adsorption is a surface phenomenon.

Google previewQuestion Bank In Chemistry For Class Xii

by Tata Mcgraw-Hill

Adsorption is an exothermic process as there occurs decrease in surface energy. 19.

Google previewA Textbook of Physical Chemistry (1985)

by A. S. Negi, S. C. Anand

This phenomenon of accumulation of a substance on the surface of a solid or liquid is called adsorption.

Adsorption is a surface phenomenon and at a given temperature and pressure depends upon the surface area of the adsorbent.

Adsorption is an exothermic process and increases with the decrease of temperature.

Google previewIntroduction to Chemical Engineering Analysis Using Mathematica (2002)

by Henry C. Foley

Adsorption is a fundamental process of separation that is practiced for different purposes; removal of volatile organics contaminants (VOCs) from air is one, removal of water vapor from nitrogen is another. Hydrogen purification, that is, ...

Google previewCellular Response to Biomaterials (2008)

by Lucy Di Silvio

Adsorption is the accumulation of a substance at an interface.

Google previewToward a New Dimension (2014)

Exploring the Nanoscale by Anne Marcovich, Terry Shinn

Adsorption is the adhesion of atoms, ions, or molecules from a gas, liquid, or dissolved solid to a surface. This process differs from...

Google previewSeparating arsenic oxyanions from natural waters for oxygen isotope analysis (2014)

by Tang, Xiaohui

Adsorption is the main reaction for removal of arsenic from water.

Google previewStoring Energy (2016)

with Special Reference to Renewable Energy Sources by Trevor M. Letcher

Adsorption is a phase transfer process and can be explained as an enrichment of chemical species from a fluid phase onto the (inner) surface of a...

2, adsorption is an exothermal process and heating up the solid reverses ...

Google previewHandbook of Natural Zeolites (2012)

by Vassilis J. Inglezakis, Antonis A. Zorpas

Adsorption is a technique for the separation of a substance (or various substances) from a fluid mixture by its retention, accompanied by its concentration, on the inner surface of a porous solid. The adsorbed solute is referred to as ...

Google previewHandbook of Hydrogen Storage (2010)

New Materials for Future Energy Storage by Michael Hirscher

Introduction Physisorption or physical adsorption is the mechanism by which hydrogen is stored in the molecular form, that is, without dissociating, on the surface of a solid material. Responsible for ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics (2008)

by Dongqing Li

Biomolecular Adsorption in Microfluidics, Table 1 Advancing and 8 static water contact angles on common materials used for microfluidic F device surfaces [ 2- 22] (mg/m2) 6 Biomolecular Adsorption in Microfluidics, Table 2 Surface materials ...

Google previewDekker Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (2004)

by James A. Schwarz, Cristian I. Contescu, Karol Putyera

INTRODUCTION Nonspecific protein adsorption onto solid surfaces occurs in many important applications. These include drug storage , ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Surface and Colloid Science, 2004 Update Supplement (2004)

by P. Somasundaran

The following qualitative discussion focuses on the effects of adsorbate size and shape, and activated carbon pore size distribution on adsorption ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Agricultural, Food, and Biological Engineering (Print) (2003)

by Dennis R. Heldman

Consequently, the emulsifiers should charge the dispersed particles upon adsorption so that the particles experience electrostatic repulsion. In addition, the emulsifiers should also form a protective layer around the dispersed particles in order ...

Google previewDictionary of Chemistry (2002)

by McGraw-Hill Education

{ad'sOr-bant} adsorption [CHEM] The surface retention of solid, liquid, or gas molecules, atoms, or ions by a solid or liquid, as opposed to absorbtion, the penetration Of substances into the bulk Of the solid or liquid. {ad'sorp-shsn} adsorption ...

Google previewEnvironmental Engineering Dictionary (2005)

by C. C. Lee

Adsorption isobar: A plot showing adsorption against various parameters, such as temperature, while holding pressure constant. Adsorption isotherm: A plot used in evaluating the effectiveness of activated carbon treatment by showing the ...

Google previewPolymer Technology Dictionary (1994)

by Tony Whelan

may be determined by an oil adsorption method or by. the DBP adsorption method. The amount of...

The DBP adsorption value is expressed in ml of DBP per 100 g of filler. for example. 15 ml DBP per 100 g of ...

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Adsorption, surface area, and porosity

Gregg, S. J., and K. S. W. Sing. 1967. Adsorption, surface area, and porosity. London: Academic Press.

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Adsorption Meaning

Video shows what adsorption means. The adhesion of a liquid or gas on the surface of a solid material, forming a thin film on the surface. Not to be confused with ...

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