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desorption

 [de-sorp´shun]
the process of being desorbed.
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This study was carried with the objective to assess local soils for the potential of sorption and desorption of PCDDs.
On the other hand, desorption mechanism is the release of heavy metal ions from different process of retention.
The first sample, with moisture content of approximately 46.0% (d.b.), was used in the desorption process; and the second one, used for the study on the adsorption process, was subjected to oven drying at temperature of 70 [degrees]C for 48 h, until it reached moisture content close to 2.5% (d.b.).
Therefore, present research is designed to investigate the effect and behaviour of Benomyl on different agricultural Pakistani soils through adsorption and desorption studies, involving HPLC and XRD techniques.
Therefore, a series of experiments were conducted to understand how are the impacts of pH, amount of organic matter, and temperature on Cu(II) adsorption and desorption in single-metal solutions.
An equal volume of desorption was then performed, each time desorbing one liter of gas.
The standard mixture concentration: 20 ng m[L.sup.-1], stirring rate: 750 rpm, desorption temperature: 280[degrees]C, and desorption time: 5 min.
But coal and gas outburst is not only related to gas desorption. The gas outburst process includes three stages: inoculation, development, and occurrence.
The thermometric lamp records the change in the chamber pressure related to the hydrogen desorption as well as the desorption of all solubles and inert gases both from the film and the substrate.
Urisu and coworkers demonstrated oxygen desorption from molybdenum oxide via synchrotron radiation (SR) as a viable means of surface cleaning [18], and a considerable focus on preferential photochemical reactions highlights the possibilities for deposition and doping in materials engineering applications [19-22].
For standardizing the extraction procedure, the acetonitrile supernatant volumes were taken to be the same, that is, 3.5 mL of the supernatant from above the frozen fat layer and 4 mL of the supernatant after the desorption process.
The spontaneous nature as well as reusability and stability of the biosorbent was also studied via thermodynamics and desorption analysis.