resuspend


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resuspend

(ˌriːsəˈspɛnd)
vb (tr)
(Chemistry) to put (for example particles) back into suspension
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Verb1.resuspend - put back into suspension; "resuspend particles"
chemical science, chemistry - the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
suspend - cause to be held in suspension in a fluid; "suspend the particles"
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While analyzing particle deposition in ventilation ducts, Sippola and Nazaroff 2004 found that tracer fluorescent particles (5[micro]m and larger) used in their experiments would resuspend at velocities between 5 and 10 m/s.
In step 2 the beads were washed 3 times with TBS, the PCR reagent mix was used to resuspend the beads, the mix was heated to 95 [degrees]C for 5 min to elute the ligated DNA, and 20 [micro]L of the supernatant was transferred to a microplate well.
The independent review panel last week called for substantive changes to standards that govern the project, including the pace of work and levels of PCBs that dredgers stir up and resuspend into the river.
Hornbuckle says the Great Lakes' infamous violent storms can resuspend PCBs and DDT compounds that have settled into sediments.
At a 20 m depth, for example, a wind wave with a period of 6 s has to be more than 1.7 m high in order to resuspend fine sand.
When pellet is dry, resuspend pellet in 200 [micro]l TE (10 mM Tris pH 7.4 and 1 mM EDTA pH 8.0 with 0.2 mg heat-treated RNase A per 10 ml TE) by vortexing.
And what about the aortic valve--replace it, resuspend it, or replace the aortic root?
He tends not to resuspend the tape after relieving the obstruction because most patients with obstruction caused by the tape are frustrated with it.
"Turbulent winds could increase the release of fungal spores or draw up sedimented fungal spores and resuspend them in the air, making them available for inhalation," the investigators suggested.
The study was biased toward routine custodial activities that had the potential to dislodge and resuspend asbestos fibers.
Only 18% of respondents reported that they routinely resuspend the bladder after urethrolysis.