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sorption

 [sorp´shun]
the process or state of being sorbed; absorption or adsorption.

sorp·tion

(sōrp'shŭn),
Adsorption or absorption.

sorption

/sorp·tion/ (sorp´shun) the process or state of being sorbed; absorption or adsorption.

sorp·tion

(sōrp'shŭn)
Adsorption or absorption.

sorption

The general term for the passive movement of liquid molecules, as by adsorption, absorption or persorption.

sorption

the process or state of being sorbed; absorption or adsorption.
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For practical reasons, in this study, not only the isosteric heat, named the net isosteric heat of sorption, was calculated but also calculated the integral isosteric heat of sorption, which includes the net isosteric heat of sorption and the latent heat of vaporization of free water.
The parameters enthalpy of activation energy and free energy obtained negative results that indicated exothermic reaction and spontaneous nature of the sorption of metal ions.
short-term) end-grain sorption of chemicals in wood is by either full immersion or dipping the wood samples into the liquids of interest (Smith and Purslow 1960; Morgan and Purslow 1973; Petty 1975, 1978a, 1978b; Chin et al.
Along with water sorption, the thermodynamic sorption properties of a material may be monitored by assessing the [a.
Since the existing framework for diffusion and sorption implemented in common software is usually not coupled to stress calculation, this approach is used in this work to simulate such stresses.
All sample flasks were agitated at different time intervals with a difference of half an hrs, keeping all other factors constant to find the effect of contact on sorption capacity.
The effect of sorbent particle size on % sorption was used to determine the adsorption potential of various metal ions, e.
As to IGC technique, the values of heats of vaporization and probes sorption enthalpy (DHa) adsorbed by the polymers can be computed according to equation (3) and (4), respectively [27].
Using natural organic resources for sorption of these contaminations satisfy most important criteria in oil collection direction (Baltrenas, Vaisis 2005).
However, the hydrophobicity is not the only factor that influences the sorption, for usually the sorption by fiber mechanism is ruled by sorption (absorption and adsorption), capilarity, or by the combination of the three of them (Choi & Moreau, 1993).
Water sorption and solubility of each specimen was calculated by weighting the samples before and after immersion in water for 15 days and desiccation.
This process increases surface area, dye sorption capacity and efficiency in the produced solar cells.