As for white wine, soak the clothing in cool water for thirty minutes and pretreat
with a stain remover.
The animals were pretreated
) iv with saline (C), 1 or 5 mg/kg atropine sulfate (AT1 and AT5, respectively) and, after 30 min, treated (Treat) iv with vehicle (V), 0.25 U or 1 U/kg insulin (0.25U and 1U, respectively).
One of the most promising ways to avoid [H.sub.2]-consuming reactions is to pretreat
mixed cultures used as bioreactor inoculums.
The use of flotation to pretreat
wastewater from animal fat rendering, Polish Journal of Chemical Technology 7(2): 94-99.
BioCat can be used to pretreat
contaminated soils and waste and can cleanse most contaminated materials so they can be recycled, used as a renewable energy source, incinerated or commercially composted - preventing the need for a costly landfill site trip.
It can pretreat
both residential and commercial wastewater.
Group characteristics of wood fiber during oxidation pretreat
They can test them under extreme environmental conditions and can pretreat
and test samples to determine the effects of various pretreatments.
As a result, dual-electrode corona units can pretreat
film in-line with high-speed printing presses.
Washington, Jan 23 (ANI): Researchers at Michigan State University have developed a process to pretreat
corn-crop waste before conversion into ethanol, which could help cut the cost of making biofuels from cellulose, as extra nutrients won't have to be added.
Given those odds, physicians may hesitate to pretreat
all such patients with antidepressants, which have their own side effects, Meyers warns.