Chemisorption is a surface characterization technique used to measure the amount of adsorbed gas on a solid surface through chemical reactions. During chemisorption, a gas is adsorbed onto a solid surface and interacts with the surface atoms or molecules, leading to the formation of a chemical bond. The amount of gas adsorbed is measured through methods such as thermal desorption or infrared spectroscopy, providing information on the surface area, porosity, and reactivity of the solid material.

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