adsorbent

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj adsorbent having capacity or tendency to adsorb or cause to accumulate on a surface
    • n adsorbent a material having capacity or tendency to adsorb another substance
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Usage

In literature:

This method is inapplicable to the antiscorbutic vitamine, which is not adsorbed by this material.
"Scurvy Past and Present" by Alfred Fabian Hess
The amount adsorbed is also a function of the volume concentration in the sol after equilibrium is reached.
"Animal Proteins" by Hugh Garner Bennett
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In news:

This pending patent describes an innovative media used in conventional deep bed carbon adsorber odor abatement systems to eliminate nuisance odors associated with hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and organics.
Fortunately, filter breathers that incorporate moisture-adsorbing desiccant provide a simple and inexpensive way to keep dirt and water out of reservoirs.
Has gained exclusive rights to market and distribute the MassBiologics tetanus and diphtheria toxoids adsorbed vaccine in the United States.
An iron-based MOF attracts and adsorbs unsaturated hydrocarbons , separating them from saturated hydrocarbons at high temperatures.
Adsorbent fabric works with oxidants to decompose pollutants.
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In science:

In conclusion, we have introduced and studied the problem of a randomly forced DNA or its equivalent randomly forced adsorbed polymer.
Randomly forced DNA
In summary, the results reported on here depict the action of strong interactions between adsorbed layers on the pore surfaces and the remaining liquid.
Collective excitations in liquid D2 confined within the mesoscopic pores of a MCM-41 molecular sieve
The origin of such phenomena can be thought of as arising from friction effects of the flowing liquid against the adsorbed solidlike layers.
Collective excitations in liquid D2 confined within the mesoscopic pores of a MCM-41 molecular sieve
Due to the blocking of the lattice by the already randomly adsorbed elements, the limiting or jamming coverage is less than that corresponding to the close packing.
Dimer percolation and jamming on simple cubic lattice
The accuracy of rate equations is compromised when a species reacts on the grain surface faster than it can adsorb or desorb: this drives the reactant abundance per grain to less than unity and the mean-field approximation is no longer valid (Caselli et al. 1998).
Ice Lines, Planetesimal Composition and Solid Surface Density in the Solar Nebula
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