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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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This provides a number of benefits for producers and retailers and we have a strong expectation that the absorber will reduce wastage and extend shelf life, which is a major focus area for retailers at the moment.
Nonhydroxy substituted uv absorbers as well as standard uv absorbers.
UV absorbers were applied according to exhaust method.
The two most common ways to protect the coating from the destructive UV forces are the use of a UV absorber and hindered amine light stabilizers (HALS).
A qualitative analysis of UV absorbing properties of the different UV absorbers was carried out by UV/visible spectroscopy (Lambda 40 UV/VIS Spectrometer; PerkinElmer).
Multylayer absorbers enable gainig steady absorption coefficient in a relatively wide frequency range.
8 The statistical result of the number of light received by two absorbers of the Flower A
And they are so certain that worn shocks might be the cause of the problems that, if you have new shock absorbers fitted and you don't notice the difference, they will refund your money.
Kwik-Fit customer services director David White, said: "Driving a car on poor shock absorbers can give you backache.
Magnetorheological (MR) shock absorbers use tiny particles of iron suspended in a viscous fluid as the damping medium.
PolyAid polymer performance additives, including accelerants, antioxidants, antistatic agents, peptizers, UV absorbers and light stabilizers, are featured in this four-page brochure.
the collimator and solid angle, testing of the polycapillary optics and alignment issues, and larger-area x-ray absorbers.