Definition of Absorptions

1. Noun. (plural of absorption) ¹



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Definition of Absorptions

1. absorption [n] - See also: absorption

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Absorptions

absorption line
absorption lines
absorption nebula
absorption nebulae
absorption nebulas
absorption of radiation
absorption pipette
absorption pipettes
absorption spectra
absorption spectroscopy
absorption spectrum
absorption system
absorption systems
absorption unit
absorptional
absorptions (current term)
absorptive
absorptive cells of intestine
absorptively
absorptiveness
absorptivities
absorptivity
absotively
absotively posilutely
absotively posolutely
absquatulate
absquatulated
absquatulates
absquatulating
absquatulation

Literary usage of Absorptions

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1. Human Physiology by Robley Dunglison (1841)
"Other Accidental absorptions. Amongst the adventitious absorptions have been classed all those that are exerted upon substances retained in the excretory ..."

2. Commercial Organic Analysis: A Treatise on the Properties, Proximate by Alfred Henry Allen (1886)
"Bromine and Iodine absorptions of Fixed Oils. ... THE BROMINE-absorptions of various fixed oils have been determined by Mills, Snodgrass, ..."

3. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1905)
"Curves are also shown representing the absorptions of specimens of gold ruby glass, of silver stained glass, and of copper ruby glass, as measured at the ..."

4. The Elements of Natural Philosophy; Or, An Introduction to the Study of the by Golding Bird, Charles Brooke (1867)
"... te*t of combination, for the quantity of carbonic acid emitted from the lungs in respiration. The relative absorptions, by dried carbonic acid and ..."

5. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"The principal infrared absorptions (neat) were at 2850 m, ... The nmr spectrum of the major component (CCU) had absorptions at т 2.0- 2.5 (5), 6.15 (q, ..."

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