diffluent


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diffluent

(ˈdɪflʊənt)
adj
flowing, esp flowing apart or away in different directions
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The attenuation was set at a nitrogen diffluent ratio of 1:50, hydrogen flow was 30 mL/min, airflow was 365 mL/min, injector temperature was 250[degrees]C, column temperature was 150[degrees]C and detector temperature was 220[degrees]C.
By changing the passageway acreage of valve, it controls the flow of medium, to switch on or off the backwash of medium, to adjust the parameters of medium like pressure and flow, to change the flow direction of medium and to diffluent the medium or prevent the overload of pipeline or facility.
The attenuation was set at a nitrogen diffluent ratio of 1:50, hydrogen flow 30 mL/min, airflow 365 mL/min, injector temperature 250[degrees]C, column temperature 150[degrees]C, and detector temperature 220[degrees]C.