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adsorb
American English: /ædˈzɔrb/
, /ædˈsɔrb/
British English: /ədˈzɔːb/
, /ədˈsɔːb/

Translation of adsorb in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • adsorberse

transitive verb

  • Example sentences
    • These species may be metal ions, surface defects, or adsorbed molecules or ions with one or more unpaired electrons.
    • During this time the dissolved protein molecules are spontaneously adsorbed on the quartz surface.
    • This procedure leaves for measurements only these molecules that are strongly adsorbed to the glass surface.

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