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desorption

 [de-sorp´shun]
the process of being desorbed.

desorption

the process or state of being desorbed.
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The data obtained from the experiments were used to generate desorption curves.
In a 'single site' model, the second, slower reaction arises from diffusion of Cu from 'interior' sites following rapid desorption from chemically identical 'exterior' sites (Jopony and Young 1987), as suggested by Jardine and Sparks (1984) to describe potassium desorption.
Summarizing the explanation by White and Eyring (1947), the sorption hysteresis of water in cellulosic materials can be attributed to the irreversible uncoupling and recoupling of hydroxyl groups in the cellulose structure; that is, the uncoupling occurs during adsorption, and the recoupling occurs at relatively delayed stages in the desorption process.
Lead sorption and desorption curves obtained for initial concentration of 50 mg [L.
This weakening of the metal-hydrogen bond leads to lowering of the hydrogen desorption energy resulting in improved kinetics.
source] is at 250[degrees]C and the adsorber is at the desorption phase.
Desorption of Cd and Pb in the presence of organic acid and amino acid
The thermal desorption spectroscopy curves for annealed CNTs (o-CNTs) consist of four structures which can be assigned to adsorption on interior, groove, and exterior sites as well as condensation of the alkanes, as observed before for longer chain alkanes.
Matrix assisted laser desorption ionization/time-of-flight-mass spectrometry is then used to produce a mass spectrum that is analyzed to determine if one or more proteins associated with the bacteriophage are present, thereby indirectly indicating that target bacterium were present in the liquid mixture.
2] sorption and desorption on the creep of PC is in the context of understanding the creep behavior of MCPC.
A Continuous Thermal Desorption Unit (CTDU), which was originally to be set up at the plant, has now been modified to become a mobile unit.