water-containing capacity

water-containing capacity
vandens įmirkis statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Didžiausias vandens kiekis, įsigeriantis į vandenyje įmerktos medžiagos vienetinę masę ar tūrį. atitikmenys: angl. retentive power; water-containing capacity; water-holding capacity vok. Wasserfassungsvermögen, n; Wasserhaltevermögen, n; Wasserkapazität, f rus. влагоёмкость, n; водоудерживающая способность, f

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