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Synonyms for absorbent

Synonyms for absorbent

having a capacity or tendency to absorb or soak up

Synonyms for absorbent

a material having capacity or tendency to absorb another substance

having power or capacity or tendency to absorb or soak up something (liquids or energy etc.)

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Method of Making an Absorbent Composite and Absorbent Articles Employing the Same: Patrick King Yu Tsang, Derbyshire, U.
Today, many nurses no longer think of absorbent products as the primary means of managing incontinence, but rather view them as they should be - as a support to good nursing care.
China's Formaldehyde Absorbent Production, Capacity and Demand
Absorbent Core Exhibiting Controlled Deformation in Use and Absorbent Article Comprising Said Core: Hanna Esping Ostlin, Pixbo, Sweden; and Edward Guidotti, Gothenburg, Sweden.
In the nursing home setting, the choice of absorbent pad should be based upon an assessment of each resident's type, degree, frequency (predictable pattern or constant dribbling) and volume of leakage.
SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET FOR POLYMER ABSORBENTS AND ADSORBENTS, THROUGH 2013 ($ MILLION/THOUSAND METRIC TONS
These results strike to the heart of what we've been telling growers and the agricultural industry - that MagnaVerno will increase profits by increasing crop yields and simultaneously dramatically reducing expenses," states Phil Berlin, CEO of Super Absorbent Company.
This enhanced technology is the foundation of our family of products, with Super Absorbent Company producing an optimized system of soil inputs that are biodegradable, non-toxic and environmentally safe.
Ross"), a global provider of enterprise software solutions for manufacturers and a division of CDC Software, the enterprise software company of CDC Corporation (NASDAQ: CHINA), today announced that International Absorbents Inc.
Absorbent Articles for Pet Animals: Daisuke Komatsubara, Kanonji, Japan.
Disposable Absorbent Article with Overlapping Absorbent Assembly Secure to Front and Back Panels: Jerome Steven Veith, Appleton, WI; and Paul T.
ARS manufactures cellulose-based absorbents derived from waste from paper mills and also produces a full line of absorbent socks, pillows and booms made from waste cellulose and polypropylene trimmings from other industries.
Disposable Absorbent Product with Elastic Leg Opening Regions and Related Methods: Frank Steven Glaug, Chester Springs, PA; Joshua Daniel Carney, Gothenburg, Sweden; and Sue Uner, Folsom, PA.
OTCBB:WWLI); a provider of industrial absorbent products, announced today that it has completed installation of a new high technology and efficient industrial dryer system in its Watertown, New York manufacturing facility.
Absorbent Layer for Disposable Wearing Article and Method for Making the Same: Hirotomo Mukai, Kanonji, Japan; and Takaya Arayama, Kanonji, Japan.