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absolute alcohol

n.
Ethyl alcohol containing no more than one percent water.

absolute alcohol

n
(Chemistry) a liquid containing at least 99 per cent of pure ethanol by weight
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Noun1.absolute alcohol - pure ethyl alcohol (containing no more than 1% water)absolute alcohol - pure ethyl alcohol (containing no more than 1% water)
ethanol, ethyl alcohol, fermentation alcohol, grain alcohol - the intoxicating agent in fermented and distilled liquors; used pure or denatured as a solvent or in medicines and colognes and cleaning solutions and rocket fuel; proposed as a renewable clean-burning additive to gasoline
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čistý alkohol
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Extra neutral alcohol (ENA), also known as absolute alcohol, is a food grade alcohol, which is colorless and has a neutral smell and taste.
After incubation, an aliquot of the broth was removed and the absolute alcohol shock treatment (1:2 proportion) was carried out for 30 min at room temperature.
In cases with corneal involvement, absolute alcohol corneal epitheliectomy was performed prior to tumor excision.
(2,3) Macrocystic lymphatic malformations are treated with sclerotherapy [usually absolute alcohol and/or sotradechol] whereas microcystic lymphatic malformations can be treated with Doxycycline and, on occasion, resection.
Alcohol consumption Values Mean intake of alcohol solution 20% (ml/day/rat) 27,09 ml Mean intake of absolute alcohol (ml/day/rat) 5,42 ml Mean intake of absolute alcohol (g/day/rat) 4,26 g Mean intake of absolute alcohol (g/kg weight/dia) 8,87 g Intake of alcohol (Kcal/day/rat) 30,24 Kcal Ration intake Values Mean intake of ration (g/day/rat) 15,49 g Mean intake of ration (Kcal/day/rat) 36,95 Kcal % caloric intake from alcoholic diet (mean of day/rat) 45% Table 3: Mean and standard-deviation values of intrinsic and extrinsic mechanical properties of the tibia.
After injecting a total of 3.5 ml absolute alcohol into the septal branch (Figure 1(e)), total occlusion was confirmed by coronary angiography (Figure 1(c)), and the pressure gradient at the LVOT was decreased below 10 mmHg (Figure 1(f)).
(7, 8) The amount of absolute alcohol consumption in South Africa was estimated at 10,3 litres per adult a year in 2000,7 and the estimated burden of disease attributable to alcohol use then was 7.1% of all deaths and 7.0% of total DALYs.
The reagents required for smear microscopy (both Ziehl Neelsen and Fluorescent staining) include absolute alcohol. Spirit is also needed for lamps used for making smears.
In the first three months of 2017, alcohol totalling 3.694 million liters of absolute alcohol was produced in Latvia, which is by 631,210 liters of absolute alcohol more than in the first quarter of 2016.
Finally, the prepared copper nanoparticles were separated by centrifugation, washed with absolute alcohol, and repeated for three times.
Nearly 80% of alcohol dependent patients were drinking minimum of 180 ml of Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) per day which contains about 76.5 ml of absolute alcohol. IMFL is a distilled spirit (i.e., brandy, whiskey, and rum).
The cellular material obtained was then spread as a thin layer onto at least four microscopic slides and fixed with absolute alcohol. Samples of Tzanck smear were stained with Giemsa and the stained preparations were examined under low and then high magnification of light microscope for presence of giant cells by the same histopathologist at AFIP (Figure 1).