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desorb

 [de-sorb´]
to remove a substance from the state of absorption or adsorption.

desorb

/de·sorb/ (de-sorb´) to remove a substance from the state of absorption or adsorption.

desorb

to remove a substance from the state of absorption or adsorption.
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The adsorbent generates adsorption heat when the adsorbent adsorbs the adsorbate, and desorbs the adsorbate when the adsorbent is heated by coolant water from the internal combustion engine.
3] film; those that enter the film, but return to the surface; and H atoms that desorb from the molten aluminum bath and find their way through the surface film.
1] He flow; trap A rest, 30[degree] C; trap A desorb, 300[degree] C for 4 min.
Soils containing larger amounts of clay will desorb more phosphorus than the soils containing less amounts of clay.
2] saturation cycling, where the polymer absorbs gas under pressure and is then allowed to desorb the gas back to atmosphere.
An adsorbent will adsorb the refrigerant vapour when cooled and desorb (release) it when heated.
This data represent the best estimate characterization for how these coatings absorb and desorb moisture during the diurnal cycle in the southern Florida outdoor exposure environment.
It is heated to an elevated temperature to provide energy to desorb the moisture and thereby regenerate the desiccant wheel.
The adsorbed hydroxyl-Zn ions and the surface precipitate of Zn(II) are difficult to desorb by unbuffered salts such as KN[O.
These results indicate that Silwet L-720 surfactant can desorb capture antibodies from the surface of the PS beads supplied with the IMMULITE 2500 [TT.
These bottles were transported immediately to the lab and shaken for 1 h in their individual bottles to desorb N[O.
Also, as the sample passes more rapidly through the column, it has less time to absorb and desorb, which can lead to less separation or efficiency.