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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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1 g of DTOF and SDTOF resins was achieved by desorbing the adsorbed nickel (II) and this was done by using 0.
2] desorption (TPD) experiments of the original and ionoactivated ash samples were carried out by using Micromeritics (Autochem 2910) apparatus and analyzing the desorbing gases by a quadrupole mass spectrometer (Balzers Instrument, Omnistar).
Although the total capacity of charcoal could not be quantified over its lifetime, this material was considered to be very effective for adsorbing the microgram quantities of sulfurous compounds desorbing from the package.
When the methyl bromide is loaded to capacity on carbon, the carbon can be reactivated at a chemical-reclaiming facility by desorbing the methyl bromide.
The adsorbent is conveyed to a desorbing section, where hot air liberates the styrene.
Karl Chuang, MCIC, has received $86620 over two years from ICST's research programme, and a matching grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council totaling $86900, to examine the use of catalysts which retain their activity in a wet environment as a means of desorbing and destroying pollutants in a single trickle bed reactor.
Not only have we proven that there are coal and shale deposits within our permits, we have shown that these deposits are capable of desorbing gas.
1 and 1 M each: HNO3, HCl, EDTA, CaCL2, KCl, NaHCO3 and CH3COOH) tested to recover nickel from biosorbed immobilized bacterial cells of selected strain at 30[degrees]C and 150 rpm, EDTA, acetic acid, potassium chloride and HCl my act as better desorbing agents than, NaHCO3, calcium chloride and nitric acid(Fig4).
2] system, the increase in relative density with increasing foaming temperature at higher saturation pressures is likely caused by gas desorbing from the polymer matrix and bubbles, which allows the cells to shrink.
ON Energie's existing plant will adopt MHI's technology for absorbing and desorbing CO2 from flue gas using its proprietary KS-1 solvent, and will be capable of capturing100 metric tons of CO2 per day (flue-gas flow rate: 20,000 cubic meters per hour).
They show that Silwet[TM] L-720, an organosilane surfactant additive to Becton Dickinson Vacutainer[R] SST[TM] blood collection tubes, causes interferences by desorbing capture antibodies from the solid phase used in the Immulite total triiodothyronine immunoassay.