to adsorb

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adsorp
To accumulate on a surface, by adsorption
Collect gas or liquid molecules on the surface of another material
To take up and hold (a gas, liquid, or dissolved substance) in a thin layer of molecules on the surface of a solid substance
to form a thin layer of molecules of a substance on the surface of a solid or liquid
To take in on the surface
To accumulate a substance on the surface of another, by adsorption
A process where one element held in solution is attracted to and clings to another element In gold and silver processing the precious metals within the slurry in the leach tanks are adsorbed onto granules of activated carbon
accumulate (liquids or gases) on the surface
A method causing a liquid or gas to condense on the surface only of an adsorbing material
Formation of a thin film on a surface
The process by which molecules or colloids physically adhere to the surfaces of solids Filter carbon adsorbs organic chemicals
A chemical process where a molecule attaches loosely to the surface of another phase, without becoming incorporated into that phase
To collect a substance on a surface; for example, protein molecules are adsorbed onto the surface of particles of silica gel
{f} attract gas or liquid to the surface of a solid (Chemistry)
To take up and hold fluid on the surface of a solid 2
The act of selectively attracting and holding a gas, vapor, liquid or colloid onto the surface of a solid
refers to solid particles holding other molecules to their surface
Describes what happens when a molecule from a fluid phase (gas or liquid) lands on the surface of a solid and stays, if only for a short while Adsorb is different from absorb (which see)
To attach by physical or chemical attraction
To take in and hold liquid and gas on the surface of a solid but porous material without causing a change in the basic structure of the material
(verb) The collection of one substance on the surface of another, usually by electrostatic or van der Waals forces Examples: dust adsorbed on a table; garlic odor being adsorbed onto a jacket A pie thrown at the face of a clown is adsorbed by the clown Compare to "absorb"
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