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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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50 Price Per Ton Cement 2014 National Average USGS $1,764,069 Potential Lost Sales Per Year $333,419 Additional Incurred Annual Cost from Differential in CKD and Limestone $2,097,488 Total Annual Cost of Dust Shuttling in Raw Mill Limited Plant Figure 5 : Thermal Desorber Mercury Removal Efficiencies Feed Discharge Run Hg ppm Hg ppm Removal Efficiency 1 0.
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A small amount of ambient air, 5 mL/min, was allowed to enter the bottom of the desorber through a critical orifice.
The roof-mounted system at American Standard includes two adsorbers, one desorber, and one oxidizer.
Contract award: purchase and installation of a gas chromatograph with a mass spectrometer coupled to a thermal desorber (tdu-gc-ms).
A metering pump circulated RTIL from the desorber to the top of the absorber where it dripped onto the packing and flowed through it at 4 mL/min.
This requirement gives rise to an emerging trend and important research opportunity: the development of highly compact, highly effective heat exchangers, in particular for the desorber and absorber.
Emission rules set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have provided one important source for thermal desorber demand.
of Vancouver, British Columbia ("RIM"), to manufacture and market in Europe, Canada and most of the United States, a thermal desorber for Hydrocarbon contaminated soil known as the TTU Thermal Desorber.
Tenders are invited for Automated Thermal Desorber With Gas Chromatograph-Mass Spectrometer
The concentration in absorber and desorber are maintained in such a way that there is the possibility of temperature overlap between them.