Adsorb

To gather on a surface (opposed to absorb).

adsorb

<chemistry> Refers to the process of one material attracting and holding molecules of another substance to the surface of its molecules. ... (06 May 1997) ...
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adsorb

(ad-sorb┬┤) to attract and retain other material on the surface; to conduct the process of adsorption.
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adsorb

verb accumulate (liquids or gases) on the surface
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adsorb

adsorbed; adsorbing. To collect molecules of a substance on a surface.
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adsorb

to attract and stick to the surface
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adsorb

To bind to a surface.
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Adsorb

To collect molecules of a substance on a surface. See also: Adsorbent, Adsorbtion Chromatography.
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Adsorb

To collect molecules of a substance on a surface.
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adsorb

Type: Term Pronunciation: ad-sōrb′ Definitions: 1. To take up by adsorption.
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adsorb

[v] - accumulate on the surface
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