absorption control

absorption control

[əb′sȯrp·shən kən′trōl]
(electronics)
(nucleonics)
Control of a nuclear reactor by a material that absorbs neutrons, such as cadmium or boron steel. Also known as absorber control.
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Before going through the nominal rigidities of the economy and how they impede the absorption control, it should be recalled that, in order to achieve two objectives - the control of domestic inflation and the international competitiveness - two policies are needed.
The present invention is characterized in that the absorbent including a body fluid absorption and holding function and a shrinkage function when contacting with a body fluid is provided in a body fluid absorbent portion, and an absorption control layer a liquid impermeable range of which is reduced whenever the body fluid is excreted is provided on the absorbent.
However it is important to choose the right supplement, as it is difficult for the body to absorb large amounts of vitamin C all at once due to tightly regulated absorption controls within the body.