physical adsorption


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physical adsorption

[′fiz·ə·kəl ad′sȯrp·shən]
(physical chemistry)
Reversible adsorption in which the adsorbate is held by weak physical forces.
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ads] is negative) and suggest the applicability of the mechanism of physical adsorption ([DG.
The adsorption of the inhibitor on mild steel surface is exothermic, spontaneous and is consistent with the mechanism of physical adsorption.
0], physical adsorption and chemical adsorption were identified as the dominant adsorption mechanisms for cinnamon soil and red soil, respectively.
4820KJ/mol) supporting the a mechanism of physical adsorption.
This indicates that adsorption of ethanol extract of Musa acuminate peel is spontaneous and occur via physical adsorption mechanism (Umoren, S.
Adsorption characteristics of the inhibitor follow spontaneous physical adsorption mechanism.
Anodic polarization carves, show some transient passive region at low temperatures almost at 20 and 30[degrees]C, this may be due to a physical adsorption of both the inhibitor and [Br.
The decrease of inhibition efficiency with temperature rise confirms the physical adsorption of [Br.
We describe here a newly developed method to immobilize antibodies onto ultraflat polystyrene surfaces by physical adsorption.
The first part of this study consisted in clarifying the physical adsorption of ozone on ZSM-5 zeolite, and a thermocatalytic decomposition was figured out from high ozone local concentration and high crystallite temperature.
3,4) In interior materials, both the decomposition of formaldehyde using photocatalysts such as titanium oxide, and decomposition using chemical means or the physical adsorption of formaldehyde, have been studied.
The mechanisms of increased capacity could be physical adsorption, chemical adsorption, and precipitation, which are difficult to fully distinguish.

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