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sorb

 [sorb]
to attract and retain substances by absorption or adsorption.

sorb

(sorb) to attract and retain substances by absorption or adsorption.

sorb

to attract and retain substances by absorption or adsorption.
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Data of specifically sorbed Ni (NaOAc extractable Ni), Fe/Mn oxide-bound Zn (N[H.
The sorbed amount and consequently the crystallinity level can increase linearly with the square root of time or with time depending on the type of transport process occuring in the outer swollen layers.
The amount of phosphate sorbed was calculated from the changes in solution P concentration after shaking.
Water is sorbed to the same extent in the isotropic sample as in the nematic one.
where S is the amount of P sorbed (mg P/kg soil), c is the concentration of P in the extract solution (mg P/L), and a and b are coefficients of the Freundlich equation, with b assigned a value of 0.
where Q is the total amount P sorbed, C is the equilibrium P concentration, k is a constant relating to binding strength, and b is the P sorption maximum.
Phosphorus sorbed is plotted against solution P concentration, and the slope of the curve at a particular solution P concentration is a measure of P buffer capacity.
Various mathematical models have been proposed for describing the relationship between the amount of P sorbed per unit of soil and the coexisting concentration of P in solution.
The vials were sealed and shaken for 5 days to achieve equilibrium between sorbed and aqueous Cu species.
Desorption of Cu sorbed by the soil column was subsequently initiated by passing a Cu-free, pH 5, 0.