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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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At 30mph a worn shock absorber can add up to two metres on to a car's braking distance.
Bajaj Auto (NSE: BAJAJ), an India-based automaker, has received patent for its invention of a multi-spring vehicle shock absorber.
The benzotriazole type of UV absorbers accounted for the largest share of the UV absorbers market in 2016.
About 80 mm thick 830 x 830 mm absorbers were placed between these elements.
We discovered that it is the presence of these topping nano-particles that make absorbers more efficient.
The Shock Latch will provide hydraulic shock absorbers with the necessary protection to prevent wear and tear.
A novel way to significantly increase the amount of sunlight that a solar absorber can convert into heat has been discovered by collaborative research involving the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology faculty and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Fluoro rubber mixtures are used in the seals incorporated into many shock absorbers today.
The existing hydraulic shock absorbers are usually implementing a performance, consisting of digression and regression areas, that is due to the throttle and the throttle-valve modes of operation.
To eliminate these corner reflections, the new chamber design was boat-shaped with chamfered corners, allowing the long pyramidal absorbers to cover these problem areas.
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We are now ready to launch PPI absorbers in the UK, and we look forward to putting the first absorbers in our trays," concluded Joe.