⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'adsorb' von Englisch nach Deutsch
VERB   to adsorb | adsorbed | adsorbed
adsorbing | adsorbs
to adsorb
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Übersetzung für 'adsorb' von Englisch nach Deutsch

to adsorb
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Type X zeolite can be used to selectively adsorb CO2 from gas streams and is used in the prepurification of air for industrial air separation.
  • These four assumptions are seldom all true: there are always imperfections on the surface, adsorbed molecules are not necessarily inert, and the mechanism is clearly not the same for the very first molecules to adsorb to a surface as for the last.
  • They adsorb on metal surfaces and self-assemble to form incompressible monolayers which prevent asperity contact and reduce friction and wear.
  • Phage population ecology considers issues of rates of phage population growth, but also phage-phage interactions as can occur when two or more phage adsorb an individual bacterium.
  • Proteins and ligands adsorb onto polystyrene readily and permanently, which makes polystyrene microspheres suitable for medical research and biological laboratory experiments.
  • One of the reactants has very high adsorption and the other one doesn't adsorb strongly.
  • A stationary phase of silicon with carbon chains is commonly used. Relying on mainly non-polar, hydrophobic interactions, only non-polar or very weakly polar compounds will adsorb to the surface.
  • It can adsorb water in hygroscopic applications. Colloidal silica is used as a fining agent for wine, beer, and juice, with the E number reference E551.
  • Additionally, these additives adsorb onto the active sites of the electrode, blocking these sites for the H+ adsorption and increase the overpotential for the hydrogen evolution reaction.
  • She has worked to develop materials that can adsorb and transform carbon dioxide.
  • Some acids can adsorb and intercalate organic molecules, and therefore are interesting alternatives to silica.
  • MPNs adsorb to a wide variety of surfaces due to noncovalent forces.
  • In the feed and food industry it has become common practice to add mycotoxin binding agents such as montmorillonite or bentonite clay in order to effectively adsorb the mycotoxins.
  • The "adsorption-inhibition hypothesis" is further supported by the observation that antifreeze activity increases with increasing AFP concentration – the more AFPs adsorb onto the forming ice crystal, the more 'crowded' these proteins become, making ice crystal nucleation less favourable.
  • Polyelectrolytes adsorb to the interface the emulsion and help stabilize it, but may or may not lower the interfacial tension. This means that the oil or water droplets will not coalesce.
  • Many carbons preferentially adsorb small molecules. Iodine number is the most fundamental parameter used to characterize activated carbon performance.
  • Radioiodine (especially 131I) monitoring is often done using a particulate-monitor setup, but with an activated charcoal collection medium, which can adsorb some iodine vapors as well as particulate forms.
  • Different polymer surfaces have different side chains on their monomers that can become charged due to the adsorption or dissociation of adsorbates.
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