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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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Thus, investigation in sorptive action of copolymers containing various functional groups is of current importance.
ISO 16000-24:2009, Performance Testfor Evaluating the Reduction of Volatile Organic Compounds Concentrations (Except Formaldehydee) by Sorptive Building Materials.
The immense growth in microfibre wipes made of polyester or polyester/nylon from the late 1980s onwards was built on the ability to collect and hold dirt and dust more effectively than earlier fibres such as cotton, and microfibre has a high sorptive capacity too of around six to eight times its own weight in water.
Application of heuristic optimization techniques and algorithm tuning to multilayered sorptive barrier design, Environ.
65) applied combinatorial methods to determine hydrogen sorptive properties of phases in the system LiN[H.
RSSL has also added new extraction capabilities including SAFE (solvent assisted flavour extraction), stir bar sorptive extraction (SBSE) and membrane assisted solvent extraction (MASE) plus enhanced thermal desorption options.
The added issue of large amounts of interferents such as water and alcohol make beer a big challenge for the analyst, but one that can nevertheless be approached by combining TOF mass spectrometry with sorptive extraction and thermal desorption--techniques that both offer a sensitivity enhancement.
This second edition focuses primarily on techniques of stir bar sorptive extraction (SBSE) and the subsequent gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS).
To find specific objects of practical application there were studied sorptive and operational properties of the received ion-exchange resins.
Stir bar sorptive extraction with in situ derivatization and thermal desorption-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry for measurement of phenolic xenoestrogens in human urine samples.
Wagai R, Mayer LM (2007) Sorptive stabilization of organic matter in soils by hydrous iron oxides.