Deposition (chemistry)

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In chemistry, deposition occurs when molecules settle out of a solution.[1]

Deposition can be viewed as a reverse process to dissolution or particle re-entrainment.[2][3]

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  1. ^ ten Elshof, J. E. (2015-01-01), Koster, G.; Huijben, M.; Rijnders, G. (eds.), "4 - Chemical solution deposition techniques for epitaxial growth of complex oxides", Epitaxial Growth of Complex Metal Oxides, Woodhead Publishing Series in Electronic and Optical Materials, Woodhead Publishing, pp. 69–93, ISBN 978-1-78242-245-7, retrieved 2023-01-03
  2. ^ Yung, B. P. K.; Merry, H.; Bott, T. R. (1989-01-01). "Effects of particle-surface interactions on deposition and re-entrainment of a particulate fouling system". Geothermics. 18 (1): 327–335. Bibcode:1989Geoth..18..327Y. doi:10.1016/0375-6505(89)90043-6. ISSN 0375-6505.
  3. ^ Cleaver, J. W.; Yates, B. (1976-01-01). "The effect of re-entrainment on particle deposition". Chemical Engineering Science. 31 (2): 147–151. Bibcode:1976ChEnS..31..147C. doi:10.1016/0009-2509(76)85049-X. ISSN 0009-2509.