the method in which particles of a compound form a thin film at first glance of a good Distinguished from consumption where foreign compound penetrates the human body of the absorbing product
- the accumulation of molecules of a gas to form a thin movie at first glance of a solid
exactly how any non solid material attaches to a solid compound but does not penetrate it totally.
Process where a gas, liquid, or solid adheres toward area of a solid or (less frequently) a liquid but cannot penetrate it, such as for instance in adsorption of gases by activated carbon (charcoal). In contrast, a gas or fluid taken-in during absorption penetrates or blends using absorbent.
Adhesion of a species on the areas of particles