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sorp·tion

 (sôrp′shən)
n.
1. The process of sorbing.
2. The state of being sorbed.

[Back-formation from absorption and adsorption.]

sorp′tive adj.

sorptive

(ˈsɔːptɪv)
adj
(Chemistry) relating to sorption
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Characterization of Chinese, American and Estonian oil shale semicokes and their sorptive potential.
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Wiseman CLS, Puttmann W (2005) Soil organic carbon and its sorptive preservation in central Germany.
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Rai, Sorptive Removal of Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride from Simulated Wastewater Using Sawdust:Kinetic Study and Effect of pH, Water SA, 38, 673 (2012).
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