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sorption

 [sorp´shun]
the process or state of being sorbed; absorption or adsorption.

sorp·tion

(sōrp'shŭn),
Adsorption or absorption.

sorption

/sorp·tion/ (sorp´shun) the process or state of being sorbed; absorption or adsorption.

sorp·tion

(sōrp'shŭn)
Adsorption or absorption.

sorption

The general term for the passive movement of liquid molecules, as by adsorption, absorption or persorption.

sorption

the process or state of being sorbed; absorption or adsorption.
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Sorptive interactions of nicotine and other tobacco alkaloids are strongly influenced by the presence of other common airborne acids and bases, such as carbon dioxide (C[O.
1994b, "The treatment of chromium wastewaters using the sorptive potential of leaf mould," Bioresource Technol.
In that time interval the moisture content in the material did not exceed the maximum permissible values of sorptive humidity.
PAHs are often tightly bound within the sample; thus, certain PAH formation processes also lead to formation of highly sorptive materials (carbons).
The main uses of bentonite and fuller's earth take advantage of their natural sorptive and thixotropic properties.
Biochar may also be conditioned before soil application to add value in terms of enrichment of nutrients, at the same time quenching its sorptive surfaces, which may otherwise detoxify herbicides.
Thus, altering the chemical sorptive properties of an odorant or the viscosity of the mucus could prevent the odorant from reaching the appropriate receptors, or alter its deposition pattern, which could result in altered perception.
Stir bar sorptive extraction and thermal desorption-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry for the measurement of 4-nonylphenol and 4-tert-octylphenol in human biological samples.
For example, soiling of PRMs by indoor activities may alter reactive or sorptive processes by which indoor pollutants are removed.
Chun Y, Sheng G, Chiou CT, Xing B (2004) Compositions and sorptive properties of crop residue-derived chars.
Yet another advantage over analysis methods such as stir-bar sorptive extraction or solid-phase microextraction is that SymStixx[TM] also provides a fast and easy method for studying active flavouring components of complex foods containing large quantities of fats, sugars, proteins or water.
From the static pressure chamber, the air with a relative humidity below 65%, while moving up through the lower layer of Hyssopi herba, becomes saturated with moisture, dries the medicinal herbs and loses its sorptive ability.