isotherm


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isotherm

 [i´so-therm]
a line on a map or chart depicting the boundaries of an area in which the temperature is the same.

isotherm

a line on a map or chart depicting the boundaries of an area in which the temperature is the same.
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Freundlich isotherm is commonly used to describe the adsorption characteristics of the heterogeneous surface.
This means that the starting point of the sorption isotherm (the intended dry weight) is not corresponding to the origin of the sorption isotherm graph.
2] adsorption isotherm and scanning electron microscopy were used to determine the BET surface area, pore structure, and surface morphology.
For the isotherm studies, 2 gm of activated carbon was put into 50 ml solutions of various concentrations of Cadmium.
The upper 5 m layer was slightly warmer in the centre than in the peripheral part of the lake with isotherms sloping down towards the shores, but horizontal differences were small in deeper water (Fig.
4]He and its expanded (k = 2) uncertainty from the data of Gammon (25), excluding the isotherm at 348 K.
Sinha B, Bhattacharya K (2011) Retention and release isotherm in arsenic-humic/fulvic equilibrium study.
We determined binding isotherms in HEPES buffer by measuring the change in fluorescence of the [B.
This means that the adsorption of inhibitors on the mild carbon steel surface obeys the Langmuir isotherm.
Kinetic and isotherm study of cupper adsorption from aqueous solution using waste eggshell, Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management 22(02): 132-140.
Adsorption of three reactive dyes Remazol Brillant Blue, Remazol Red 133, and Rifacion Yellow HED from aqueous solutions on FA fitted well the Langmuir and Freundlich isotherm models, their adsorption capacities were in the range of 135-180, 47-86 and 37-61 mg/g, respectively [14].