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adsorber

(ədˈsɔːbə)
n
something which adsorbs
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Now, a 200 L Q anion exchange column for adenovirus capture can be easily replaced by a 20 L Q adsorber cassette system," said Dr.
CytoSorb is approved as a safe and effective extracorporeal cytokine adsorber, designed to reduce the "cytokine storm" or "cytokine release syndrome" that could otherwise cause massive inflammation, organ failure and death in sepsis, burn injury, trauma, lung injury and pancreatitis, as well as in cancer immunotherapy, according to the company.
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.
An adsorber is used as an absorber material, which is used to remove harmful gases.
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.
of Technology) presents the most important basics needed for planning and evaluating experimental adsorption studies as well as for process modeling and adsorber design.
La capacidad de las arcillas organicas de adsorber compuestos organicos volatiles (VOCs) es debida al caracter hidrofobico generado cuando la arcilla natural es modificada con moleculas organicas.
In the first step, the adsorber is heated by a heat source at a temperature of [T.
The results imply that carbon nanotubes could be used as an adsorber for the adsorption of this anion.
For example (as illustrated in Figure 1), when Adsorber 1 is in the adsorption phase and Adsorber 2 is in the desorption phase, refrigerant vapor from Adsorber 2 rejects heat to the ambience, condenses in "he condenser and then flows to the evaporator through the expansion device.
Zeolite 13X-water is used as the working pair and a finned double-tube heat exchanger is used as the adsorber.
Holding R3 technology, the bow case includes an activated carbon web adsorber that releases activated carbon granules into the contents of the bow case, helping the bow and related gear remain scent free.