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chemisorb

verb chem·i·sorb \ˈke-mi-ˌsrb, ˈkē-, -ˌzrb\

Definition of CHEMISORB

transitive verb
:  to take up and hold usually irreversibly by chemical forces
chem·i·sorp·tion \ˌke-mi-ˈsrp-shən, ˌkē-, -ˈzrp-\ noun

Origin of CHEMISORB

chem- + -sorb (as in adsorb)
First Known Use: 1935

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