rare gas


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rare gas

n.

rare gas

n
(Elements & Compounds) another name for inert gas1
Translations
gaz rare

rare gas

nEdelgas nt
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In the CBD business, the company benefits from a rare gas discovery - providing a source of nitrogen, which is beneficial in the growing process - and a vertically integrated business.
This benefit covers two decomposed posts as follows: item 1: sealed source supplies: - 187 sources of c / iep measurements, - 18 beacons sources for c / cag rare gas measurements; item 2: replacement benefit: - removal of the 205 old sources and installation of new sources.
DURHAM University researchers have helped make a helium discovery which could solve a shortage of the rare gas threatening life-saving work in medicine.
Xenon is projected to be the fastest-growing rare gas segment in the next five years.
Doctors now want the union to campaign for a ban on "frivolous use" of the rare gas, which is used in vital medical equipment like MRI scanners.
Caption: Molecular cages such as the one illustrated in gray and blue have a central gap (purple) perfectly sized to hold a rare gas atom.
As helium becomes a scarcer and increasingly expensive resource, there is more desire to recover and re-use this rare gas. By removing the gas ballast feature, which is significant for applications where condensable vapor removal is important, this creates a hermetically sealed pump from inlet to outlet with no moving seals and no possibility of accidental introduction of atmospheric air.