Synsets for "absorbent"

Synset: absorbent_material.n.01

Synonyms: absorbent_material

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: a material having capacity or tendency to absorb another substance

Examples:

Lemmas: absorbent_material absorbent

Hypernym: sorbent

Hyponym: absorbent_cotton absorber sponge

Antonyms:

    

Synset: absorbent.a.01

Synonyms: absorbent

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: having power or capacity or tendency to absorb or soak up something (liquids or energy etc.)

Examples: as absorbent as a sponge

Lemmas: absorbent absorptive

Hypernym:

Hyponym:

Antonyms: nonabsorbent

    

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Dry decontamination Absorbent materials are specifically made to absorb (or capture and contain) contaminants. Absorbent materials include FiberTect, RSDL, Fuller's earth, flour, baking soda, paper towels, etc., all of which absorb hazardous materials from the victim. After absorption is completed using an absorbent material and immediate danger has passed, the contaminated surface should be blotted with a wet paper towel. An absorbent material increases in volume when a contaminant is absorbed.
Activities prohibited on Shabbat Definition: Cleansing absorbent materials of absorbed/ingrained impurities.
Riccardo Mannelli subsequent coats on absorbent substrates of cotton-paper".
Tampon Alternatives also include reusable absorbent underwear by Thinx.
CDLSE Its absorbent is designed to last four to six hours.
Zinc hydroxide One major use is as an absorbent in surgical dressings.
Bandage The United States Pharmacopeia lists it as a form in which Absorbent Gauze may be provided. It is prepared from type 1 Absorbent gauze in various widths and lengths.
Sponge (material) Besides sponges formed from plastic polymers, the three other categories of widely available synthetic sponges are low-density polyether (known as non-absorbent sponges), PVA (a highly absorbent material for use in medicine), and polyester.
Ionic liquid Ionic liquids have been proposed as an absorbent in carbon capture. They have various advantages over traditional absorbents, such as the currently dominant amine-based technologies. 1-Butyl-3-methylimidazolium hexafluorophosphate is one example of a proposed CO absorbent.
Butyryl chloride Liquids classified within these reactive groups have been known to react with absorbent materials including:
Sanitary napkin There are many styles of cloth menstrual pads available today. Popular styles of cloth menstrual pads include all-in-one, or AIO pads, in which the absorbent layer is sewn inside the pad, 'inserts on top' style pads, which have absorbent layers that can be secured on top of the pad as needed, envelope or pocket style pads, which have absorbent layers that can be inserted inside the pad as needed, and a foldable style, in which the pad folds around the absorbent layers. Cloth menstrual pads can have waterproof lining, which provides more leak protection but may also be less breathable.
Desflurane Desflurane, along with enflurane and to a lesser extent isoflurane, has been shown to react with the carbon dioxide absorbent in anesthesia circuits to produce detectable levels of carbon monoxide through degradation of the anesthetic agent. The absorbent Baralyme, when dried, is most culpable for the production of carbon monoxide from desflurane degradation, although it is also seen with soda lime absorbent as well. Dry conditions in the carbon dioxide absorbent are conducive to this phenomenon, such as those resulting from high fresh gas flows.
Diverterless supersonic inlet Analysts have noted that the DSI reduces the need for application of radar-absorbent materials.
Monotype (disambiguation) A monotype is a print made by drawing or painting on a smooth, non-absorbent surface.
Fire retardant gel The water-absorbent polymers in fire-retardant gels are similar to those used in diapers.
Stress incontinence An incontinence pad is a multi-layered, absorbent sheet that collects urine resulting from urinary incontinence. Similar solutions include absorbent undergarments and adult diapers. Absorbent products may cause side effects of leaks, odors, skin breakdown, and UTI. Incontinence pads may also come in the form of a small sheet placed underneath a patient in the hospital, for situations when it is not practical for the patient to wear a diaper.
Radar jamming and deception Stealth technologies like radar-absorbent materials can be used to reduce the return of a target.
Bass trap A bass trap generally comprises a core absorbent damp material, a frame, and a covering for aesthetic reasons.
Incontinence underwear Related types of incontinence products include absorbent pads for chairs or beds, and underwear for children who experience nocturnal enuresis.