absorber

(redireccionado de absorbed)
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Sinónimos para absorber

aspirar

Sinónimos

embeber

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atraer

abstraerse

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In neutrinoless double beta decay the emitted neutrino is immediately absorbed (as its anti-particle) by another nucleon of the nucleus, so the total kinetic energy of the two electrons would be exactly the difference in binding energy between the initial and final state nuclei.
Because of the association of Indo-Aryan with horsemanship and the Mitanni aristocracy, it is presumed that, after superimposing themselves as rulers on a native Hurrian-speaking population about the 15th-16th centuries BC, Indo-Aryan charioteers were absorbed into the local population and adopted the Hurrian language.
In the process of absorption the coal releases previously absorbed methane, and the methane can be recovered (enhanced coal bed methane recovery).
Following his expulsion shortly thereafter, the state was absorbed by the British ruled entity which eventually became known as Nigeria.
Later that day, Florence was absorbed by the extratropical storm associated with the trough about south of Cape Race on the island of Newfoundland.
Definida como la carga eléctrica depositada por 1 gramo de radio-226 medido a una yarda de distancia en una hora, se sustituyó por la unidad X (C/kg) incluida en el sistema internacional de unidades, pero sin un nombre definido todavía, con lo que sigue siendo más popular para esta magnitud la unidad antigua. El rad (acrónimo de radiation absorbed dose) es una unidad de dosis absorbida en términos de energía depositada en la materia.
Carga continua de preservación (flotación): 13,4 V para electrolito de gel; 13,5 V para AGM (absorbed glass mat), y 13,8 V para celdas de electrolito fluido común.
Some terms still appear in kanji, though, an example being ??? (??? "gathering fun department"=club). Some of these were absorbed into Chinese during the late 19th and early 20th century.
Further, analysis of the ocean surface heat budget shows that the majority of the heat released during winter from the ocean to the atmosphere is accounted for by the seasonal release of heat previously absorbed and not by ocean heat-flux convergence (Seager et al).
A few of the official transliterations are not based on Mandarin, as they had been absorbed into Chinese long before Mandarin was established as the official language.
La fauna cuenta con focas, elefantes marinos, leopardos marinos y numerosas aves, a los que hay que añadir los cetáceos en las aguas circundantes.!-- Las regiones polares reciben menos radiación solar ya que la energía del Sol llega al planeta en un ángulo oblicuo, spreading over a larger area, and also travels a longer distance through the Earth's atmosphere in which it may be absorbed, scattered or reflected.
In 1946 the remaining prewar gold reserves were returned to Poland's new communist authorities, while the Bank of Poland itself was closed down and finally in 1952 absorbed by the newly-created Polish National Bank.