chemical environment


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chemical environment

Conditions found in an area resulting from direct or persisting effects of chemical weapons.
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'Put simply, crystal growth in a magmatic environment can be likened to the growth rings on a tree; for example, a change in the chemical environment will result in the growth of a new layer with a different crystal composition.
A March update to the NICEATM Integrated Chemical Environment (ICE) added a formulations viewer that allows users to explore toxicity data on pesticide formulations and their active ingredients.
It does so by using a 'smart' code approach that solves the same problem through multiple methods of different complexity and accuracy - with the code 'deciding' when to use a simplifying assumption (based on the atmospheric chemical environment in a specific computational cell)."
It does so by using a 'smart' code approach that solves the same problem through multiple methods of different complexity and accuracy - with the code 'deciding' when to use a simplifying assumption (based on the atmospheric chemical environment in a specific computational cell)." Researchers at QEERI use the new module to efficiently simulate the distribution of dust particles in the region, the variation of dust concentration with time in the atmosphere of Qatar and the forecasting of dust levels in the region on a daily basis.
These findings show a complex chemical environment around Titan.
Plug & Seal components accommodate a host of system diameters, lengths, angles and end geometries, and can survive extremes of temperature, pressure and chemical environment. The tube material can be metal or thermoplastic, with different types of elastomers such as ethylene propylene diene monomer, fluoroelastomers and silicone.
These cells give structural support and also help keep the chemical environment of retinal neurons stable.
"Bacteria are both consumers and producers and are the primary producers in chemosynthesis, so they will influence the chemical environment, which allows other forms of life to establish."
Traditional point detectors do not always give a full and accurate picture of the chemical environment. A single explosive incident can cost billions of dollars and to mitigate against such an event, additional layers of gas detection are implemented.
However, the detection of glucose is possible in this research at pH value and chemical environment of blood.
To create a device that functions like a spleen and can change the chemical environment of the blood cells is a key step forward and could change the lives of billions of sufferers for the better."

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