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desorb

 [de-sorb´]
to remove a substance from the state of absorption or adsorption.
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However, it is impossible to compare these values directly because standard method accounted the desorbing gas (excluding lost methane) from restricted section of the hole having limited length of 0.5 m, whereas the MCSM method registered all gas from the entire hole's cavity not losing any portion of the gas.
In order to obtain the best extraction conditions for isolation of the five studied pesticides from oil samples, several experimental factors such as the volume of graphene suspension, amount of the salt (NaCl), type and volume of the desorbing solvent, desorption time with and without application of sonication energy, and desorption temperature were studied.
The reuse assay was performed in cycles, starting with the adsorption and ending with the desorption of the Pb(II) ions using identified desorbing solvent.
The regeneration of 0.1 g of DTOF and SDTOF resins was achieved by desorbing the adsorbed nickel (II) and this was done by using 0.1 M EDTA and 0.1 M HN[O.sub.3] for DTOF and SDTOF resins, respectively.
This phenomenon was probably due to the high polarity of the ultra pure water which incapable of desorbing moderate bio-active compounds of rotenone and its derivatives into the eluent.
Despite their recognized occurrence and the potential role of stool desorbing activity [4] and other host-associated factors [5], the mechanisms underlying false-positivity dependent on the immunoassays remain unclear.
After the test enters into the third phase, the internal and external environment where the coal block lies are similar to each other; the influence on methane desorbed properties caused by initial methane pressure is not obvious, especially entering into the stage of residual methane desorbing, so that the law is shown in the test curve.
However, some modules may age [4-6] by breaking or desorbing dye molecules from the titanium oxide (Ti[O.sub.2]) surface arising from the [H.sub.2]O in the atmosphere after long-term exposure to full sunlight [7].
For desorption of adsorbed metal, four desorbing acids viz.
The decomposition products, which were adsorbed on the sensing materials, were indirectly investigated by monitoring the variation in pH of the desorbing solution.
For example, water vapor permeates a coating by being adsorbed at the entering face, dissolving a portion of the film, establishing equilibrium, and then diffusing through the film and desorbing on the other side.