Also being released is a new water repurification
system for Q-Lab's QUV and Q-SUN test chambers.
The Masdar City will also reduce desalinated water consumption by 80 percent by using repurification
techniques and domestic wastewater for irrigation.
Elimination of interference was accomplished by use of blanks, decontamination of all laboratory glassware using appropriate solvents, and repurification
of the extract before the analysis.
The process of chemical concentrate repurification by salting out ammonium uranyl tricarbonate (AUTC) crystals with ammonium carbonate was introduced in 1952.
Other processes developed were AMP regeneration using the method of chloride conversion, sorption repurification of chloride solutions on SG-1, neutralization of spent pulp with oil shale ash from thermal power plant (TPP).
Thus, Pericles and The Winter's Tale offer us women in hysterical syncopes who are returned to life, literally and then figuratively, and undergo trials of repurification
, when Hero's revivification in Much Ado need be only symbolically invoked; furthermore, Othello and The Duchess of Malfi leave unresolved the questions about female sexual errancy, promoting this suspicious uncertainty through the device of revivification after strangulation or suffocation.
Samples that produced a "no call" (~8-12%) were retested after repurification of the PCR product.
These samples were retested after repurification of the PCR product.
Part of the project will be to see how American water companies water their golf courses with domestic water from sinks, showers and baths and other water conservation schemes including crop irrigation and water repurification
When most people hear about the Water Repurification Project for the first time, their initial reaction is, `Yuck
Along with traditional water supply options like conservation and reclamation, water repurification would provide a locally controlled, reliable, year-round water source.
which prescribes among other things a repurification
of converts to Islam who wish to be accepted back into Hinduism-exactly the same penance as Devala requires for a person who has inadvertantly eaten garlic, leeks, or mushrooms