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ad·sorb·ate

(ad-sōr'bāt),
Any adsorbed substance.

adsorbate

(ad-sor′băt) [ adsorb + -ate]
Anything that is adsorbed.

ad·sorb·ate

(ad-sōr'bāt)
Any adsorbed substance.
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AYGG was used as an adsorbate to investigate the adsorption behaviors of LZ-0, LZ-1, and LZ-2.
Furthermore, negative [DELTA]S[degrees] of the adsorption process shows that the organization of the adsorbate at the solid/solution interface becomes less random.
The adsorbates last a long time because of low concentration of VOC in indoor air.
According to their measurements on several solids, the degree of correspondence between the specific surface areas obtained with several adsorbates allow confidence to be placed in the method.
Silica surfaces are hydrophilic and react with water to generate silanol groups, which are sites for further bonding of water or for other adsorbates.
Inelastic Tunneling Current-Driven Motions of Single Adsorbates
01M KCl solution as background electrolyte were stirred for 24 hours, as a pre-equilibration period before the reaction with adsorbates.
To fully exploit and tune molecular functionality on substrates, a paradigm shift away from conventional metal supports, which might drastically affect adsorbates, is mandatory.
Tobin, Tufts University, "For outstanding contributions to understanding the dynamics of energy transfer between adsorbates and metal substrates, and chemical reactions and electronic effects on stepped surfaces"
This was done to minimize photochemical reactions in the carbon columns once the adsorbates were fed into it.