absorbancy


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absorbancy

(əbˈzɔːbənsɪ)
n
1. physics absorbance
2. the quality of being absorbent
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34% belongs to colorant photodegradation as you could see the slightest change in absorbancy in the control samples from figures 2b and 3b.
The result was expressed as one unit of activity was defined as a reduction in absorbancy of 0.
Comparative evaluation of fluid absorbancy of retraction cords of different thickness after various medicament immersions.
The absorbancy of the purpurogallin formed was taken at 420 nm at time (40, 100s) for polyphenol oxidase assay (Kar and Mishra, 1976).
After incubated for 2h, the purpurogallin formed was extracted with 35 mL ether and determined by taking the absorbancy at 420 nm.
These products have been on the market for years, but because most are sold to hospitals, where frequent changing is not an issue, the quality, comfort and absorbancy have not really improved.
But introducing the snake's nanotechnology could potentially enhance their light absorbancy even more.
The deep-heel cupping, arch support, and shock absorbancy supports the foot while providing generous comfort.