desorption

[n] - changing from an adsorbed state on a surface to a gaseous or liquid state
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Desorption

the removal of adsorbed gas or liquid molecules from the surface of a solid
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desorption

Opposite of adsorption; a decrease in the amount of adsorbed substance.
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Desorption

the process of removing an adsorbed material from the solid on which it is adsorbed
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Desorption

Release of adsorbed or absorbed material .
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desorption

noun changing from an adsorbed state on a surface to a gaseous or liquid state
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desorption

(de-sorp´shәn) the process of being desorbed.
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Desorption

opposite of absorption or adsorption. In filtration, it relates to the downstream release of particles previously retained by the filter.
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desorption

Evaporation of a species (i.e. molecule) from a grain surface.
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Desorption

Desorption is a phenomenon whereby a substance is released from or through a surface. The process is the opposite of sorption (that is, either adsorption or absorption). This occurs in a system being in the state of sorption equilibrium between bulk phase (fluid, i.e. gas or liquid solution) and an adsorbing surface (solid or boundary separating t...
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