Sorbed vs Sored - What's the difference?
As a verb sorbed
As an adjective sored is
subjected to soring.
The wild service tree (Sorbus torminalis ) of Europe.
The rowan tree.
The fruit of either of these trees.
(chemistry) To absorb or adsorb.
* 1971 , E. K. Duursma, M. G. Gross, Chapter Six: Marine Sediments and Radioactivity'', National Research Council (U.S.) Committee on Oceanography Panel on Radioactivity in the Marine Environment, ''Radioactivity in the marine environment ,
* 2005 , J. E. Barbash, The Geochemistry of Pesticides'', Barbara Sherwood Lollar (editor), ''Treatise on Geochemistry 9: Environmental Geochemistry , Second Edition,
- In sediments with large cation exchange capacities, as calculated from the mineral composition (Duursma and Eisma, unpublished), the radionuclides were somewhat more strongly sorbed (Figure 2).
* 2007 , Danny D. Reible, Chapter 21: Contaminant Processes in Sediments'', Marcelo H. García (editor), ''Sedimentation Engineering: Processes, Management, Modeling, and Practice ,
- The exchange of pesticide compounds between aqueous solution and the sorbed phase in soils is not instantaneous.
- The quantity sorbed is often found to be well represented by the combination of a compartment exhibiting linear, reversible sorption and a compartment that exhibits nonlinear and thermodynamic irreversib[l]e sorption.
* sorbed phase
Subjected to soring.