noun sa·bin \ˈsā-bən\

Definition of SABIN

:  a unit of acoustic absorption equivalent to the absorption by one square foot of a perfect absorber

Origin of SABIN

Wallace C. W. Sabine †1919 American physicist
First Known Use: 1934


biographical name Sa·bin \ˈsā-bin\

Definition of SABIN

Albert Bruce 1906–1993 Am. physician


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