DSO

Business / Finance / DSO: A term of British origin referring to fee that must be paid if a deal falls through because of financing issues.

Adsorbent

Science / Chemistry / Adsorbent: A substance that collects molecules of another substance on its surface. For example, gases that make water taste bad are strongly adsorbed on activated charcoal granules in water filters. MORE

Adsorption Chromatography

Science / Chemistry / Adsorption Chromatography: A technique for separating or analyzing mixtures that contain at least one component that is preferentially adsorbed by the stationary phase as it moves over it. MORE

Hudson Bay Low

Science / Weather / Hudson Bay Low: An area of low pressure over or near the Hudson Bay area of Canada that often introduces cold air to the north central and northeast United States. MORE

Adsorption

Science / Chemistry / Adsorption: Adsorption is collection of a substance on the surface of a solid or a liquid. For example, gases that make water taste bad are strongly adsorbed on charcoal granules in water filters. MORE

Bloodsome

Entertainment / Golf / Bloodsome: (also 'bloodsome scramble') same as a scramble but the worst shot is selected each time rather than the best shot, and each player in the group must hole the ball (more on tournament formats) MORE

Adsorption Indicator

Science / Chemistry / Adsorption Indicator: A substance that indicates an excess of a reactant in a precipitation reaction. For example, dichlorofluorescein is added to an NaCl solution being titrated with silver nitrate. Before the endpoint, e MORE

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