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desorption (s), desorptions (pl) (nouns)
1. That which changes from an adsorbed state on a surface to a gaseous or liquid state: "Chemists have developed a desorption boron-nitrogen-based liquid-phase storage material for hydrogen that works safely at room temperature and is both air-and moisture-stable."
2. The process in which atomic or molecular species leave the surface of a solid and escape into the environment and so it is the opposite of absorption: "In addition to renewable hydrogen production, the development of desorptions of hydrogen storage technologies continues to be an important task toward establishing a hydrogen-based energy infrastructure."

"In addition to its temperature and stability properties, the newly developed hydrogen storage technologies also feature hydrogen desorption, without any phase change which is clean, fast, and controllable."

—Compiled from information located in
"Chemists develop liquid-based hydrogen storage material" by Shikh-Yan Liu;
professor of chemistry and researcher in the University of Oregon Material Sciences Institute,
University of Oregon laboratory; as presented on; November 22, 2011.
This entry is located in the following unit: sorb-, sorpt- + (page 3)