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Synonyms for absorption

Synonyms for absorption

the process of absorbing and incorporating, especially mentally

total occupation of the attention or of the mind

Synonyms for absorption

(chemistry) a process in which one substance permeates another

(physics) the process in which incident radiated energy is retained without reflection or transmission on passing through a medium

the social process of absorbing one cultural group into harmony with another

the process of absorbing nutrients into the body after digestion

the mental state of being preoccupied by something

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Main and interaction effects of process input variables on chemical absorption
The system consists of a chemical absorption plant that separates CO2 from flue gases, a liquefaction unit where the captured CO2 is compressed and condensed using a refrigerant and two storage tanks where the liquid CO2 product is temporarily stored until discharge into transmission and storage infrastructures at the next suitable port.
Working synergistically with psyllium, bentonite attracts toxins like a magnet through a chemical absorption process, in which the surfaces of toxins and bentonite bind together when they touch along the body's digestive tract.
Other topics include the non-Fourier thermal behavior of skin tissue in response to pain, the effect of menopause on skin aging, distributed parameter estimation of dermal chemical absorption, and ablative laser treatment for cutaneous facial rejuvenation.
We have been exploring options like providing a finish to the leather that would reduce chemical absorption, while making it easy to clean and decontaminate," Barker said.
2] capture capability use processes based on chemical absorption with monoethanolamine, a general-purpose solvent developed by chemists some 75 years ago.
Phthalates (pronounced thal-lates) are used to make plastics soft, hold synthetic fragrances and dyes, and enhance chemical absorption in the skin.
Precision glass balls with superior corrosion and chemical absorption resistance are suitable for applications in medical, optical, and food processing equipment.
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