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absorb

[əb′sȯrb]
(chemistry)
To take up a substance in bulk.
(electromagnetism)
To take up energy from radiation.
(physics)
To take up matter or radiation.
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The tests of energy absorbability were carried out for three material and structural solutions.
To offset the copolymer's inherent hydrophobicity, its water affinity and hence absorbability could be significantly enhanced by the addition of as little as 5% gelatin without any adverse effects on the pore size and mechanical properties.
20) With up to 70% greater absorbability, triglyceride-form fish oil concentrates are becoming the primary choice of eye care professionals to obtain improved patient outcomes.
Micro-size of about 1m and specified functional groups of metal chelating ligands of M-PVAC-IDA can provide large specific area of external surface and absorbability of metal ions of adsorbent which are essential to adsorption.
Absorbability and cost effectiveness in calcium supplementation.
The carrier may be a gel or liquid which can hold the anaesthetic solution at an appropriate viscosity, ph and absorbability.
Figure 6 shows that the absorbability diminished as the adsorbent dosages increased, resulting in that the amount of [Cu.
Rare earth and alkaline earth metal borides belong to the group of nonoxide type metal-like compounds and have high melting point, high chemical stability, stable specific resistance, low expansion coefficient at certain temperature ranges, diverse magnetic orders, and high neutron absorbability [1,2].
High quality and absorbability fish oil supplements are antioxidant-rich, anti-inflammatory and libido-boosting.
Rice husks were mixed with different percentages of CNTs to fabricate RHCNT composite materials that were investigated to determine their dielectric properties and absorbability if microwaves.
Guar gum is also capable of reducing the absorbability of dietary minerals other than calcium, when foods or nutritional supplements containing them are consumed concomitantly with it, but this is less of a concern with guar gum than with various insoluble dietary fibers.