adsorber

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adsorb +‎ -er

Noun[edit]

adsorber (plural adsorbers)

  1. Something which adsorbs, especially a solid material, such as activated carbon, that has a high surface area and is used to capture a gas or liquid

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Verb[edit]

adsorber

  1. to adsorb

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