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KD

abbr.
1. kiln-dried
2. knockdown

kD

also kd
abbr.
kilodalton

KD

or

k.d.

abbreviation for
(Commerce) knocked down: indicating furniture, machinery, etc, in separate parts
Translations

KD

kd ABBR (US) =knocked downdesmontado

kd

abbr (US) (=knocked down) → en pièces détachées

KD

[ˌkeɪˈdiː] abbr (Am) (Comm) =knocked downda montare
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Where, E1 is the adsorption ratio (%), C1 represents the concentration of the solute in the supernatant after 24 h (mg*mL-1) and C0 is the same as above.
Data reveal that based on Electrical Conductivity (ECe) and Sodium Adsorption Ratio (SAR) soil quality during Post monsoon seasons (2011-2013) in both Tehsils remained Non Saline Non Sodic (Ave.
The adsorption ratio of MB by MC/CABs at 20[degrees]C declined slightly, but the adsorption ratio of MB at 60[degrees]C had an obvious reduction when the [m.
In the Faisalabad city, the rate of spatial dependency classes of nugget sill presented that cadmium; lead, PH and electrical conductivity have strong, nickel and Sodium Adsorption Ratio moderate and turbidity low.
In respect to the impacts of Na on soil permeability, the sodium adsorption ratio (SAR) has long been the standard diagnostic parameter for sodicity hazard (U.
The curve representing the variation of adsorption ratio of the dye 1,3HAAB with time shows different adsorption pattern.
Keywords: Indus plain, drinking water quality, sodium adsorption ratio, residual sodium carbonate, heavy metals
residual sodium bicarbonate (RSBC), sodium adsorption ratio (SAR), percent sodium (PS), Kelly's ratio (KR), magnesium adsorption ratio (MAR) and permeability index (PI).
Sodium adsorption ratio (SAR) and exchangeable sodium percentage (ESP) are currently used as indices for assessing soil structural stability on interaction with water.
The processes leading to the cation exchange reactions in soil may be studied from sodium adsorption ratio [11].
We've found several spots that have a sodium adsorption ratio, or SAR, of higher than 15," says Shouse.