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chemical environment

Conditions found in an area resulting from direct or persisting effects of chemical weapons.
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OTCBB: BONU), a specialty life science company with a unique combinational chemistry-based technology, reports its proprietary Ogiene[TM] formulation can entrap and deliver the active chemical environment necessary to eliminate a variety of noxious and toxic gases which harm the planet and threaten all who occupy it.
This discovery, coupled with earlier, ground-based observations that the same star contains far more beryllium than predicted by the standard Big Bang model, may call into question some key assumptions about the chemical environment in the very early universe (SN: 9/7/91, p.
When the virus carrying the therapeutic agent enters a cell, it senses a change in chemical environment and automatically unloads its cargo.
GPIC); The New Trend in China's Petrochemicals Market, led by Li Xihong, President/Economics and Development Research Institute, Sinopec; The Role of Green Technologies in a Global Chemical Environment, led by Jose Carlos Grubisich, CEO, ETH Bioenergia S.
There is a challenge, that the Sulphur Springs is a very aggressive chemical environment.
Other service conditions include the peak mechanical stresses that are not so apparent under normal loading and the unanticipated but not unlikely chemical environment (use of chemicals, lubricants, cleaners, etc.
Not only does gasohol make engines run hotter, necessitating the use of higher-temperature materials, but it also represents a new chemical environment, one which is hostile to many traditional automotive materials.
The rapidity of the oscillations depends on the relative concentrations of the solution components, and the specific behavior at a point in the solution reflects variations in the local chemical environment.
Biomaterials and the chemical environment of the body
Since the concrete foundations were buried, CEMEX used specialty cement designed to withstand a moderately aggressive chemical environment.
The cells, called astrocytes because of their star-like shape, provide the necessary physical and chemical environment to allow nerve regeneration and penetration into the spinal cord, the researchers say.
Phenomena disturbing reference electrode potentials: Liquid junction potentials, Temperature, Chemical environment, pH and oxygen sensitive electrodes, Time stability requirements

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