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adsorber

(ədˈsɔːbə)
n
something which adsorbs
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According to the company, CytoSorb is an extracorporeal cytokine adsorber designed to reduce the "cytokine storm" or "cytokine release syndrome" that could otherwise cause massive inflammation, organ failure and death in common critical illnesses.
The VPSA process cycles between adsorption and desorption of impurities as the feed gas flows through adsorber vessels in order to produce a continuous high-purity product gas.
To satisfy stringent emission regulations such as the California SULEV30 standard or the Federal Tier 3 standard, it would be desirable for a low temperature N[O.sub.x] adsorber (LTNA) to adsorb the N[O.sub.x] during the initial cold start period and then release the N[O.sub.x] once the SCR catalyst reaches 200[degrees]C and the urea injection system is activated.
The tritiated first-class liquid waste is estimated with the assumption that 98% of H-3 from the purification of HPS was retained during the regeneration and desorption process of the molecular sieve adsorber. The tritiated second-class liquid waste is produced from the leakage of the secondary water.
Herein we present the case of a nine-month-old male infant who was admitted to the NICU due to sepsis after cardiac surgery, Fallot tetralogy and multisystem organ failure (MSOF), respiratory failure, cardiac failure, liver failure, and renal failure which was successfully treated by a combination of continuous hemodiafiltration (HDF) and hemadsorption with a cytokine adsorber (CytoSorb) even despite the lack of an indication and limited information on the use of CytoSorb in children.
The new Hydrogen Services Business is already helping customers with inquiries such as producing more or less hydrogen from steam methane reformers, planning SMR turnarounds, solving mechanical integrity issues, feedstock changes, pressure swing adsorber revamps, and improving energy efficiency.
These drawbacks to anionic exchange columns promoted the development and use of membrane adsorber (MA) chromatography, one potential technology to achieve high dynamic capacity and high throughput in affinity ion-exchange chromatography processes.
"Carbon was not especially weak as an odor adsorber, as it was and is the most adsorptive natural material generally available," says Scott S.
Based on the endotoxin-binding abilities of human albumin, this adsorber contains human serum albumin immobilized on polymethacrylate beads.
of Technology) presents the most important basics needed for planning and evaluating experimental adsorption studies as well as for process modeling and adsorber design.