from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The state or quality of being absorbable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state or quality of being absorbable.


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absorb +‎ -ability


  • The study he conducted compared absorbability of calcium between AdvaCAL and Citracal, another supplement.

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  • This absorbability puts vitamin K2 at greater risk of interfering with Coumadin, which is a vitamin K antagonist.

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  • From a practical standpoint, measurable beneficial effects are more important than controversies regarding absorbability and/or bioavailability.

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  • It does, however, require it to be tested for chemical identity, purity, potency, and absorbability.

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  • You might want to consider adding some krill oil to your regimen because of its greater absorbability and extra anti-inflammatory properties.

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  • In the late thirties, Blackett continued his researches on the cosmic radiation and, using a still further improved Wilson apparatus, made extensive accurate measurements concerning the momentum distribution, absorbability, etc. of this radiation.

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  • Their joint work embraced: investigations on beta-rays, their absorbability, magnetic spectra, etc.; use of the radioactive recoil, discovered shortly before by Hahn, to obtain new radioactive transformation products.

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  • Great Earth was one of the only dietary supplement companies that actually manufactured their own products in a pharmaceutically registered laboratory located in the United States of America, NOT IN CHINA All raw ingredients that was used in Great Earth products were tested for purity, potency, and absorbability.

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  • Mario Ferruzzi, lead researcher and associate professor of food science and nutrition at Purdue University, insists that adding ascorbic acid to green tea would increase the absorbability of catechins found in the tea.

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  • All Solanova products are backed by certified manufacturing conducted in the United States and are formulated to deliver potency reliability and optimum absorbability.

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