Adsorption Coefficient


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Adsorption Coefficient

The ratio of the amount of a chemical adsorbed per unit of organic carbon in the soil or sediment to the concentration of the chemical in solution or at equilibrium.
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3]] the Bunsen adsorption coefficient, which equals the gas solubility per unit volume of water at normal pressure (101.
F] can be defined as an adsorption coefficient, which represents the quantity of adsorbed metal ions for a unit equilibrium concentration.
F] is the Freundlich adsorption constant and n is a nonlinear factor; K (L/kg) is the linear adsorption coefficient.
K is a modified adsorption coefficient which can be estimated from the adsorption isotherm which determines dependence of adsorbed lime concentration ([C.
The relationship between the percentage organic matter (OM) content and the adsorption coefficient was determined according to the equation; [K.
Porosity, Permeability and Capillary Adsorption Coefficient of Shell Systems System Porosity (%) Permeability ([10.
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The experimental data gave good fit with Langmuir isotherm and the adsorption coefficient agreed well with conditions of favourable adsorption.
Generally, the theoretical values of the preferential adsorption coefficient in systems with specific interactions, such as hydrogen bonding, differ from the experimental data.
Parameter k in the equation of (3) is a modified adsorption coefficient which can be estimated from the adsorption isotherm t, e, and the dependence of adsorbed lime concentration ([C.