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PhB

abbr. Latin
Philosophiae Baccalaureus (Bachelor of Philosophy)

Ph.B.

Bachelor of Philosophy.
[< New Latin Philosophiae Baccalaureus]
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There is a lot of ongoing work on PHB for maternity care.
During the service tender, a suitable provider should be evaluated that can perform industrialization and serial production of the final Post Home Button (PHB) in the role of general contractor, supported by the clients development plans.
PHB will also increase the overall ability of providers to offer preventative care and hence, reduce delivery cost while improving the overall patient experience.
The PHB then shows completely biodegradation to C[O.sub.2] and [H.sub.2]O, without forming any toxic products [5].
PHB content in bioflocs was 212.4 mg g-1 [PHB/dry matter of variable suspended solids (VSS)], which is slightly higher than 150-200 mg g-1 (PHB/VSS) under a C/N ratio of 15-18 (Ruan et al., 2011).
'The PPCO makes bold to state that Atiku has nothing to do with the alleged issues leading to the collapse of Bank PHB.
Briefly, polyhydroxybutyrate (GoodFellow, Cambridge, England) dissolved in propylene carbonate (1% solution of PHB) and chitosan (Sigma Aldrich, middle, 1% solution in 1% acetic acid) were mixed together at a 1:1 ratio using a magnetic stirrer at 400 rpm.
"PHB is also looking at the Joyce Hotel as a potential spot for them to be located in the event of a teardown," she stated.
Abdusakur Tan, ll, concurrent chairperson of the PHB, diarrhea may been have caused by the poor sanitary conditions in many household in this capital town of Sulu and its adjacent towns.
PHB is typically made using bacteria that naturally produce small amounts of the plastic or, if fed large amounts of sugars, can be induced to make large amounts of plastic.
However, PHB is a highly crystalline and brittle polymer [11, 12] and its high cost of production prevents it from competing with conventional polymers [12].