absorption process

absorption process

[əb′sȯrp·shən ‚präs·əs]
(chemical engineering)
A method in which light oil is introduced into an absorption tower so that it absorbs the gasoline in the rising wet gas; the light oil is then distilled to separate the gasoline.
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KIMREE STL e-cigarette due to the absorption process efficient and highly realistic experience is widley enjoyed by consumers.
0 accelerates the absorption process to 5% to 7% per day.
The program is designed to increase the amount of Jewish immigrants by easing the absorption process and by giving individualized information and help fairs for those interested in moving to Israel.
In other words, MTC is a pro-drug for LMT, and food interferes with the conversion and absorption process.
Working synergistically with psyllium, bentonite attracts toxins like a magnet through a chemical absorption process, in which the surfaces of toxins and bentonite bind together when they touch along the body's digestive tract.
The meeting also decided to expedite the absorption process.
Thus, when eating a meal that is high in fat content, there may not be an adequate amount of bile in the intestine to properly handle the normal absorption process thus initially diarrhea and bloating may develop.
Gas removal process using hollow fiber membrane is a combination of separation by membrane and chemical absorption process, which is very important nowadays.
g], then the absorption process is referred to as reverse saturable absorption (RSA) (32-34).
Rade described the absorption process as "more like it's melting than anything else," noting that safety studies found no problems with what happened in the body as the scaffold dissolved.
Restriction enzymes can slow or halt this absorption process.