absorbency

Type: Term Pronunciation: ab-sōr′ben-sē Synonyms: absorbance
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absorbency

[n] - the property of being absorbent
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Absorbency

The property in paper which permits a sheet to take in the liquids it contacts. The amount of absorbency depends on the fillers and sizing introduced during the manufacturing process
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Absorbency

The capacity a paper has for accepting liquids, like the inks or water used to run offset lithographic presses.
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Absorbency

Ab·sorb'en·cy noun Absorptiveness.
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absorbency

Synonym for absorbance ... 1. <chemistry, investigation> Absorbance is defined as a logarithmic function of the percent transmission of a wavelength of light through a liquid. ... 2. <microbiology> This can be used as a measure of the amount of light absorbed by a suspension of bacterial cells or a solution of an organic molecule, it is...
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absorbency

noun the property of being absorbent
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Absorbency

• (n.) Absorptiveness.
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absorbency

absorbency The quality of being absorbent; absorptiveness.
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Absorbency

the ability of a textile material to absorb and retain liquids within its structure.
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ABSORBENCY

The extent to which a paper will take up and hold a liquid.
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Absorbency

Absorbency is the property of a material for soaking up liquids. The more liquid a material can soak up, the more absorbent it is, that is the higher its absorbency.
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Absorbency

The ability of a fabric to take in moisture.
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Absorbency

The ability of a fabric to take in moisture. Absorbency is a very important property, which effects many other characteristics such as skin comfort, static build-up, shrinkage, stain removal, water repellency, and wrinkle recovery.
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Absorbency

The ability of a fabric to take in moisture.
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Absorbency

The ability of a fabric to soak up liquid easily.
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Absorbency

The ability of fabric to take in moisture. Very important in relation to skin comfort, but other factors important too, effect on static build up, staining and removal, water repellency, shrinkage and wrinkling.
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Absorbency

The ability of a material to take up moisture
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