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desorb

 [de-sorb´]
to remove a substance from the state of absorption or adsorption.
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PAHs analysis was carried out using an automatic thermal desorber unit (Turbomatrix 150 ATD, Perkin Elmer S.L., USA) coupled by a fused silica capillary transfer line (5 m length x 0.32 mm I.D.) to a GC/MS detector (Clarus 500, Perkin Elmer S.L., USA).
Clariant's EQ-Pak packets and EQ-Can canisters are specially engineered sorbents that can act as humectants (desorbers) and desiccants (adsorbers) simultaneously, maintaining a particular equilibrium relative humidity (ERH) inside product packaging.
In their most basic forms, thermal desorbers heat the sample, which is then carried directly to a gas chromatography column.