Translation for 'absorption' from English to Russian
NOUN   an absorption | absorptions
SYNO absorption | assimilation | concentration | ...
абсорбционный {adj}absorption [attr.]
абсорбция {ж}
поглощение {с} [всасывание, впитывание]
абсорбирование {с}absorption [taking in]
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Usage Examples English
  • The scientific unit of sound absorption, the "sabin", is very close to the absorption provided by one Sanders Theatre cushion.
  • Wavelength shifter usually have many absorption and emission lines that are broad enough to create an absorption and emission spectrum.
  • Phytofluene has an absorption spectra in the UVA range, with maximal absorption at 348 nm and with ε1% of 1557.
  • GI absorption is poor. Any obstructions or factors which impair GI motility may increase the absorption of the drug from the digestive tract.
  • Changes in absorption can have a strong effect on refractive index for wavelengths near the absorption edge, due to the Kramers–Kronig relation.

  • Furthermore, the neutron absorption spectrum of air is disputed by some authorities, and depends in part on absorption by hydrogen from water vapor.
  • Absorption: Stavudine has rapid absorption and good oral bioavailability (F = 0.86).
  • Chappuis absorption (...) refers to the absorption of electromagnetic radiation by ozone, which is especially noticeable in the ozone layer, which absorbs a small part of sunlight in the visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.
  • Sound propagation is affected by absorption in the water itself as well as at the surface and bottom.
  • The excitation of a system (an atom or molecule) from one excited state to a higher-energy excited state with the absorption of a photon is called "excited-state absorption" (ESA).

  • Zucapsaicin displays low systemic absorption and localizes at the area of application. In animal studies, systemic absorption is 0.075%.
  • Active absorption refers to the absorption of water by roots with the help of adenosine triphosphate, generated by the root respiration: as the root cells actively take part in the process, it is called active absorption.
  • The main cause of non-linear absorption is due to two-photon absorption.
  • Investigations into the intestinal absorption of B12 point out that the upper limit of absorption per single oral dose, under normal conditions, is about 1.5 [...] µg.
  • Where [...] is the equivalent absorption area involving the surface [...] of the walls and their absorption coefficient [...].

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