sedimentable

sedimentable

(ˌsɛdɪˈmɛntəbəl)
adj
(Chemistry) capable of forming sediment
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The responsible sources for the enrichment of the sedimentable particles and their rates of contribution have been detailed.
Sedimentable fetuin-A [14] and inflammation (hsCPR and TNF-alpha) are good candidates for such additional factors [11,14].
TSE was subjected to analyses of chemical and physical characteristics and total coliforms, which resulted in pH = 7.1, total nitrogen = 53.0mg [L.sup.-1], total iron = 0.52mg [L.sup.-1], sedimentable solids = 0.2mg [L.sup.-1], sodium = 58.3mg [L.sup.-1] and total coliforms = 47.433MPN (100mL)-1.
As shown by western blots and carboxyl-terminal and amino-terminal APP radioimmunoassay, activated platelets released a sedimentable full-length APP with the carboxyl-terminal epitope as well as a soluble APP lacking the carboxyl-terminal epitope (still containing A[beta], according to its molecular weight) [16].
Sedimentation time was similarly determined, in order to consider a primary treatment in the pilot test assembly, specifically in tank 1 with a 1000 liter capacity (Figure 1), which would make it possible to control the presence of sedimentable solids present in this kind of wastewater, which eventually could be used in a composting process.
Chemical and total coliforms analyses were performed in the tested effluent, which resulted in pH = 7.1, total nitrogen = 53.0 mg [L.sup.-1], total iron = 0.52 mg [L.sup.-1], sedimentable solids = 0.2 mg [L.sup.-1], sodium = 58.3 mg [L.sup.-1] and total coliforms = 47.433 MPN [(100 mL).sup.-1].
La eliminacion de los organismos indicadores se logra en los humedales a traves de varios mecanismos, tales como la exposicion a biocidas excretados por las raices de las plantas, la adsorcion al medio filtrante y a la materia organica sedimentable, la inactivacion natural y la depredacion por nematodos y protozoarios entre otros (Kadlec y Wallace, 2009).
Gu, "An easily sedimentable and effective Ti[O.sub.2] photocatalyst for removal of dyes in water," Separation & Purification Technology, vol.