absorption property

absorption property

[əb′sȯrp·shən ‚präp·ərd·ē]
(mathematics)
For set theory or for a Boolean algebra, the property that the union of a set, A, with the intersection of A and any set is equal to A, or the property that the intersection of A with the union of A and any set is also equal to A.
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Yo Yomota, Relationship between Sound Absorption Property and Microscopic Structure determined by X-ray Computed Tomography in Urethane Foam Used as Sound Absorption Material for Automobiles.
In the nano composites some of the Aluminium particles seems to be embedded in the polymer matrix and started coalescing due to the surface absorption property of pani.
The water absorption property for both type rPP composites was also assessed and results are plotted as weight percentage vs time(Figures 4 and 5).
The basic reason behind the moisture absorption property of silicon is that it has porous surface.
To determine water absorption property, PP-based WPCs were immersed in room temperature water according to GB/T 17657-1999 (Shiying et al.
It has been found that UV-vis absorption property of o-Cl-HABI is not good, which is responsible for its poor photoinitiation property.
In March 2010, the company introduced Wrapsol ultra, the first-ever line of adhesive films for devices to include a shock absorption property that provides body and screen protection in the case of falls of up to 6 feet.
The sanded CGW samples are comparable to sanded Trex samples in water absorption property (Table 2).
Effects of Absorption Property on the Internal Reflectance
Wrapsol clean is the latest addition to the Wrapsol family of device protection systems that also includes Wrapsol ultra, the first-ever line of adhesive films with a shock absorption property that helps to protect devices from damage even in cases of falls of up to 6 feet.