adsorption theory of narcosis
adsorption theory of narcosis n.
The theory that a drug becomes concentrated at the surface of the cell as a result of adsorption and thus alters the cell wall permeability and the cell’s metabolism.
to gather (a gas, liquid, or dissolved substance) on a surface in a condensed layer: Charcoal will adsorb gases. Historical Examples Further, the electric charge may be reduced also by causing the adsorption of an ion of opposite charge. Animal Proteins Hugh Garner Bennett The amount of adsorption depends also upon the exact nature of […]
to gather (a gas, liquid, or dissolved substance) on a surface in a condensed layer: Charcoal will adsorb gases. verb to undergo or cause to undergo a process in which a substance, usually a gas, accumulates on the surface of a solid forming a thin film, often only one molecule thick: to adsorb hydrogen on […]
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