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imbibition

[‚im·bə′bish·ən]
(physical chemistry)
Absorption of liquid by a solid or a semisolid material.
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Post contrast T1 MRI weighted images detected diffuse enhancement in the area of the right cavernous sinus, extending basally towards the trigeminal cave and anteriorly towards the apex of the right orbit, with right-sided temporal-basal dural sheath imbibition and along the clivus.
It is an imbibition technique in solutions of different osmotic agents in order to control the hydration of seeds to obtain a uniform and synchronous germination (MARCOS FILHO, 2005).
Early season water deficit influences the germination and stand establishment owing to reduced water uptake during the imbibition phase of germination (Okcu et al.
After disinfection casts were poured immediately with dental stone type IV to avoid syneresis and imbibitions.
Theory and applications of imbibitions Phenomenon in recovery of oil, Journal of Petroleum Technology, 11(2) pp.
It seems that, decrease of germination percentage and germination rate is related to reduction in water absorption into the seeds at imbibitions and seed turgescence stages (Mostafavi, 2011).
In the first stage the surfactant imbibitions without aging is considered which is supposed to no wettability alteration.
Imbibitions and germination tests were carried out immediately after seed collection.
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