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rebound

[′rē‚bau̇nd]
(geology)
The isostatic readjustment upward of a landmass depressed by glacial loading.

rebound

Wet shotcrete which bounces off a surface against which it is projected.
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Some researchers used to worry that taking antacids all your life could cause "acid rebound"--that is, an increase in stomach acid between doses.
And prolonged use can actually cause an increase in the production of stomach acid if you suddenly stop taking the antacids--this is called acid rebound.
The absorption is not as great as the calcium chelate that we make, but when you balance the percentage elemental and the relative absorption you have a positive impact on a formulation," he said, adding, "The other benefit of the product is that it is well tolerated by the digestive system, which is important because minerals like calcium carbonate tend to cause 'acid rebound'--an increase in acid secretion resulting from the administration of this antacid." Dicalcium malate does not have the same effect, which, Mr.