absorbent paper

absorbent paper

[əb′sȯr·bənt ′pā·pər]
(materials)
Paper capable of absorbing and holding liquids by the capillarity of the pores between or within the closely matted cellulosic fibers.
References in periodicals archive ?
Your veterinarian will place a special strip of absorbent paper in your cat's eye (usually within the lower lid).
Remove from the strainer and drain it on an absorbent paper.
Interleaf Sheets Of Stamps With Absorbent Paper To Prevent Accidental Adhesion.
Put an absorbent paper towel over the wax and heat the area with a hot iron.
The design goes against the grain of high-definition, full-colour glossy titles such as the Guinness Book of Records; instead, cartoons and line art from vintage ads surround a chatty and humorous text, with clever use of single-colour page spreads on soft, absorbent paper.
Pat the duck legs dry with absorbent paper and season both sides with salt.
M2 PHARMA-June 12, 2015-Atossa Genetics wins US Patent for breast cancer detection using absorbent paper
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 12, 2015-Atossa Genetics wins US Patent for breast cancer detection using absorbent paper
Rod or Giron then mounted the stencils on the mimeograph that forced gooey black ink onto cheap absorbent paper.
Irrigation was then performed with saline solution, and the pulp tissue was dried with a sterile absorbent paper cone.
Blot it with absorbent paper towels with one piece in front and another behind.