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Literary usage of Sorbability
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Introduction to Biophysics by David Burns (1921)
"... will diminish the amount of material adsorbed, and, conversely, a decrease in temperature will increase the ad- sorbability of substances in solution. ..."
2. Practical X Ray Work by Frank Thornton Addyman (1901)
"sorbability of various rays, Mr. Gardner explained that he used spherical ends to both his discharge rods when measuring the spark. ..."
3. Medical Diagnosis: Special Diagnosis of Internal Medicine by Wilhelm von Leube, Julius Lincoln Salinger (1904)
"... 291: diffuse purulent Infiltration of, 266; examination of the ri'sorbability of, Cttt; paresis of the, 307; structure of the, 255. " weak," 307. ..."