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cu.

abbr.
cubic
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cu.

abbreviation for
(Mathematics) cubic
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Generally, quasicrystalline phases form in systems based on Al, Mg, Zr, Fe, Co, Nb, Ti, Zn and Cu. As the variety of base metals forming quasicrystalline phases is broad, the spectrum of alloying elements is even broader [3].
New employees without previous PERA service do not participate in PERA at CU. Over the long term, this will help to reduce the university's liability.
It is clear that Zn adsorption was lower than that of the Cu. Generally, metals adsorption-desorption was higher in the Ultisol compared to that of the Oxisol which was due to Ultisol having higher CEC and OM content in comparison to those of the Oxisol.
Amid rising prices of basic commodities, customers of Maynilad Water Services will be paying more for tap water as regulators approved an increase of P5.73 per cubic meter (cu. m.) in the company's basic charge over the next four years.
The 90-centavo increase, on the other hand, is a portion of the total P5.73 per cu.
This study shows that Hf addition influences the physical and mechanical properties of Cu. It has been found that the addition of the Hf element improves the hardness of the as-cast Cu-Hf alloy, and a direct relationship exists between hardness and Hf content.
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Many studies have been conducted to determine the possible mechanisms for growth-promoting effects of dietary Cu. Hojberg et al.
As of Thursday afternoon, the following Florida credit unions have publicly announced branch closings: 121 Financial CU, Community First CU, BrightStar CU, Broward Healthcare FCU, Coastline FCU, Connect CU, Container Mutual CU, Coral Community CU, Country FCU, First Coast Community CU, First Florida CU, Gulf States CU, Guardians CU, Hialeah Municipal Employees FCU, Jax Metro CU, JM Associates FCU, Miami Federal CU, Memorial Employees FCU, Power Financial CU, PriorityONE Credit Union of Florida, Sun CU, Tropical Financial CU, USFFCU, VyStar CU and We Florida Financial CU. Shared Services for Credit Unions is also closed Thursday, according to the League of Southeastern Credit Unions.
In order to minimise losses of Cu due to leaching, when the Cu sources to be applied contain EDTA and DTPA agents, it is necessary to optimise the application rate of Cu. Furthermore, the metal leaching observed in the soil column experiments corresponded to long-term processes under natural field conditions (Li and Shuman 1997).
Comparatively, the test cells appeared to have a greater viability at all incubation times, supporting a protective role against excess Cu. Hence, yeast CUP1 may allow the cells to bind more Cu, resulting in an increase in the intracellular antioxidative ability to protect the cells against excessive amounts of Cu, as reported by Richards (7).
On the contrary, e.g., Ti[B.sub.2] [19,27], SiC [20], and graphite [28] have successfully been applied to enhance wear properties, and carbon nanotubes (CNTs) [29] and graphite [28] to reduce CoF as compared to plain Cu.