Adsorption (Crossword clue)

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We found 2 answers for “Adsorption” .

This page shows answers to the clue Adsorption, followed by ten definitions like “One substance taking up another at its surface”, “The adhesion of an extremely thin layer solid, liquid” and “A process where materials stick to the surface of a solid body”.

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Definitions of “Adsorption”
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• A process where materials stick to the surface of a solid body
• Taking up of a gas or liquid at the surface of another substance
• The surface retention of solid, liquid or gas molecules
• The surface retention of solid, liquid, or gas molecules
• Adsorption is the adhesion of atoms, ions, or molecules from a gas
• Adsorption on the surface of activated charcoal A process in which molecules of gas
• The chemical and/or physical attraction of one substance at the surface of another
• The property of a solid substance of attracting and holding to its surface a gas
• The accumulation of a thin layer of molecules of gas or liquid on a solid surface
• The accumulation of molecules of a gas to form a thin film on the surface of a solid
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