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Definitions of desorb in various dictionaries:
verb - go away from the surface to which (a substance) is adsorbed
verb - remove from a surface on which it is adsorbed
verb - to remove by the reverse of absorption
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|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Cause the release of (an adsorbed substance) from a surface.|
|To release (something) through pores or interstices.|
|To remove (an absorbed or adsorbed substance) from.|
|remove from a surface on which it is adsorbed|
|go away from the surface to which (a substance) is adsorbed|
|Desorb might refer to|
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 two fluids). When the concentration (or pressure) of substance in the bulk phase is lowered, some of the sorbed substance changes to the bulk state.|
* In chemistry, especially chromatography, desorption is the ability for a chemical to move with the mobile phase. The more a chemical desorbs, the less likely it will adsorb, thus instead of sticking to the stationary phase, the chemical moves up with the solvent front.
* In chemical separation processes, stripping is also referred to as desorption as one component of a liquid stream moves by mass transfer into a vapor phase through the liquid-vapor interface.
* After adsorption, the adsorbed chemical w