adsorption potential

adsorption potential

[ad′sȯrp·shən pə‚ten·chəl]
(physical chemistry)
A change in the chemical potential that occurs as an ion moves from a gas or solution phase to the surface of an adsorbent.
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Preparation, characterization and adsorption potential of the NH4Clinduced activated carbon for the removal of amoxicillin antibiotic from water.
More prominent peaks are seen in raw sample as compared to activated sample, as adsorption potential might have been reduced in untreated sample due to strong vibrational frequencies (Table 2).
96) at all the temperature conditions indicated the adsorbent had good adsorption potential or the intensity of adsorption at equilibrium concentration.
The adsorption potential of banana and orange peels, and rice husk was investigated for the reactive dye drimarene brilliant red (K-4BL-CDG) (Fig.
Evaluation of the adsorption potential of titanium dioxide nanoparticlesfor arsenic removal.
Adsorption potential of lead(II) ions from aqueous solutions onto Capsicum annuum seeds.
15 cc/g or more, a weight average particle size of less than 140 microns, and a differential characteristic curve of pore volume versus adsorption potential by the GAED or equivalent method having a peak value at less than 5 cal/cc.
The adsorption potential was investigated in batch experiment in two different forms of the adsorbent i.
This isotherm model is more general than Langmuir isotherm because it does not assume a homogeneous surface or a constant adsorption potential and is related to the porous structure of the adsorbent.
The polymer choice will determine its chemical and thermal compatibility, structural strength, philicity or phobicity, and adsorption potential.
The adsorption potential of sorbents of different particle size was determined for 50, 100 and 200 um and the results showed that the adsorption capacity increases with increase in size e.