adsorbate


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ad·sorb·ate

(ad-sōr'bāt),
Any adsorbed substance.

adsorbate

(ad-sor′băt) [ adsorb + -ate]
Anything that is adsorbed.

ad·sorb·ate

(ad-sōr'bāt)
Any adsorbed substance.
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It show that adsorbate ions moves towards the surface of the adsorbent and travel within the pores of the adsorbent.
0, the isotherm is concave downward, implying that the added adsorbates are weakly bound.
Adsorption isotherms are mathematical models that describe the distribution of the adsorbate between the adsorbent and the solution.
m] indicates the monolayer sorption capacity of adsorbate (mg/g).
1]); Co is the initial concentration of solution; C is the concentration of adsorbate at certain volume; [m.
Once the adsorbate is attached on the site, no more adsorption takes place, showing that it is monolayer type of adsorption.
4, high concentration range for the samples VA0, VAe0, VAeN2) that adsorption strongly depends on initial concentration of adsorbate.
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The topics include surface and adsorbate structure, experimental probes and techniques, thermodynamic and kinetics of adsorption and desorption, heterogeneous catalysis, and laser and non-thermal chemistry.
Multilayer adsorption would result due to establishment of equilibrium between the adsorbate and the fluid phase and adsorbed molecule is free to move rather fixing on the specific site on the adsorbent.