What happens if attractive forces of the surface particles are fully filled?
Asked by kpbhake | 22nd Oct, 2017, 10:34: AM
Adsorption is an electrical effect due to unbalanced electronic forces on the surface.The particels at the surface are surrounded by like particles only on one side.The surface particles therefore have unsatisfied attractive forces. These forces are responsible for adsorption.
Answered by Varsha | 24th Oct, 2017, 12:21: PM
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