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  • noun chemistry the process in which a substance is adsorbed on the surface of another by means of chemical rather than physical bonding

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  • noun adsorption (especially when irreversible) by means of chemical instead of physical forces

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Examples

  • The subject of his thesis was the thermogravimetric study of active sites in the process of low-temperature oxidation of char, where he demonstrated that oxygen chemisorption on carbon is strongly temperature and pressure-dependent.

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  • Do you think a covalent bond occurs between the two (i. e chemisorption)? or it is physiorption?

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  • Do you think a covalent bond occurs between the two (i. e chemisorption)? or it is physiorption?

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  • The PICO-TRAP System combines the principles of chemisorption and physisorption to achieve higher levels of process gas purity than by conventional purification technologies, according to the company.

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  • The PICO-TRAP System combines the principles of chemisorption and physisorption to achieve higher levels of process gas purity than by conventional purification technologies, according to the company.

    Fabtech - News

  • The PICO-TRAP System combines the principles of chemisorption and physisorption to achieve higher levels of process gas purity than by conventional purification technologies, according to the company.

    Fabtech - News

  • The PICO-TRAP System combines the principles of chemisorption and physisorption to achieve higher levels of process gas purity than by conventional purification technologies, according to the company.

    Fabtech - News

  • The PICO-TRAP System combines the principles of chemisorption and physisorption to achieve higher levels of process gas purity than by conventional purification technologies, according to the company.

    Fabtech - News

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