Definición de adsorbent en inglés:

adsorbent

Silabificación: ad·sorb·ent
Pronunciación: /adˈzôrbənt, -ˈsôr-
 
 
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sustantivo

A substance that adsorbs another.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Within a typical cell stack and reformer there are nine to 10 different catalysts and adsorbents, notes John Mooney, director of technical development and business programs.
  • Casein and gelatin function as adsorbents for phenolics and can reduce a wine's excess bitterness and astringency.
  • Now, a company in Minnesota is keenly interested in testing the soybean hull adsorbents.

adjetivo

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Able to adsorb substances.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • One idea is to convert them into ion exchange resins for use in adsorbent filters to capture metals in solutions.
  • The labyrinth of pores that characterize a family of inorganic crystals known as zeolites gives the crystals catalytic and adsorbent powers.
  • The idea here is to use an adsorbent surface (a roughened metal plate) to concentrate explosive vapours.

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