adsorbed water

adsorbed water

1. Water which is held on the surfaces of a material by electrochemical forces; its physical properties are substantially different from those of absorbed water or chemically combined water at the same temperature and pressure.
2. Water which is bound to soil particles as a result of the attraction between electrical charges on their surfaces and water molecules.
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It shows that montmorillonite lost about 14% of its original weight up to 120[degrees]C because of the removal of physically adsorbed water then becomes stable till 500[degrees]C.
5% adsorbed water and does not require drying prior to compounding.
Smectites are a specific type of clay mineral that expands and contracts with adsorbed water.
Here, the graphene perfectly templates the weakly adsorbed water molecules on the surface and holds them in place, for up to a couple of months at least.
The weight loss which is attributed to adsorbed water molecules, dehydroxylation reaction and the presence of hydroxyl groups [16].
During the moisture adsorption process, latent heat is released, and during the desorption process, energy is required to vaporize the adsorbed water.
1], which was attributed to O-H stretch of hydrogen bonded hydroxyl groups or adsorbed water.
1] (Fig 3) at room temp for the sample at room temp corresponds to the adsorbed water [15].
The new material also readily adsorbed water from common laboratory solvents such as benzene and toluene, removing more water in I hour than a zeolite material does in a day, the researchers report.
Working mechanism of adsorbed water on the vibrational properties of wood impregnated with extractives of pernam buco (Guilandina echinata Spreng.