microfilter


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microfilter

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌfɪltə)
n
(Telecommunications) a device plugged into a phone socket to separate the phone line from the broadband line
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MSR Trailshot water filter A new MSR TrailShot Microfilter is a useful gadget outdoors enthusiasts who require clean water while walking, running or mountain biking.
Effects of various concentrations of P407 (20%, 25%, and 30% [{weight of P407/weight of diluent} X 100]), addition of butorphanol, and sterilization through a microfilter on rheological properties of P407 were measured by use of a rheometer.
Use a microfilter: ensure every phone in the house uses a microfilter, as this will prevent interference from connected phones from disrupting your broadband.
Xu T, Lu B, Tai Y, Goldkorn A (2010) A Cancer Detection Platform Which Measures Telomerase Activity from Live Circulating Tumor Cells Captured on a Microfilter.
created a 3D membrane microfilter consisting of 2 pored layers (Fig.
Lately, we're taken with the MicroFilter Bottle Set--it's not only a space-saver, but features a chemical-free water filtration system.
Thanks to your Reader's Service program, I was able to get the right NSN for the microfilter used in our unit's 1,500-gal tactical water purification system.
As a final step in pre-filtration, a microfilter protects the motor and acts as a barrier to bacteria-sized particles.
a water filter, such as MSR's MiniWorks EX Microfilter, if you're going to be paddling in a location where the water isn't as pristine as it is in Iceland
The solution was filtered through a microfilter with PTFE-membrane (0.
Several methods have proven effective for CTC detection; PCR (7), EPISPOT (8), and microfilter enrichment (9) will not be discussed in detail here.