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  • Research
  • Under the leadership of A.L. Kovarski new methods for the research of magnetic nanoparticles aggregation in dispersions and macromolecular adsorption on nanoparticles surface have been developed using ferromagnetic resonance and electron paramagnetic resonance. (wikipedia.org)
  • uptake
  • It fortifies the soil using a Biomimetic molecular substances that support the healthy function of soil structure, soil porosity, drainage, salinity control, sodium remediation, improved uptake of water, improved uptake of mineral elements into the plant, improved environment for soil microorganism. (soilsecretsblog.com)
  • Results: We discuss available techniques for interstitial fluid isolation and implications of recent findings with respect to transcapillary fluid balance and uptake of macromolecular therapeutic agents. (core.ac.uk)
  • particles
  • In order to do so, the system "combines ultrafiltration membranes of about 50 nm in pore size to retain macromolecular substances, particles, bacteria, and viruses with membranes for nanofiltration and reverse osmosis with pore sizes below 1 nm to remove dissolved molecules from the water. (newatlas.com)
  • These particles reduce the surface tension of the solution, attack and encapsulate oil and separate these substances from the surface being cleaned. (myvacuumparts.com.au)
  • membrane
  • This Test Guideline is for an in vitro membrane barrier test method that can be used to identify corrosive substances. (oecd-ilibrary.org)
  • The test method utilizes an artificial membrane designed to respond to corrosive substances in a manner similar to animal skin in situ. (oecd-ilibrary.org)
  • This classification is based on the substance penetration time through the membrane barrier. (oecd-ilibrary.org)
  • The times of applying the test substance to the membrane barrier are recorded and staggered. (oecd-ilibrary.org)
  • The time (in minutes) elapsed between application of the test substance to the membrane barrier and barrier penetration is used to predict the corrosivity of the test substance. (oecd-ilibrary.org)
  • Crude Oil Recycling Machine - Waste Oil Distillation Plant adopts our exclusive patent Full-Bridge Rectification & Electromagnetic Eddy Current Heating technologies, combines with our unique Macromolecular Bubbling decoloration and Membrane. (recyclingthewaste.com)
  • penetration
  • Apparatus Hair Repro Up to effectively solve this problem, innovative technology allows you to combine the penetration of active macromolecular substances in the deeper layers of the skin with an ultra-pulse interpolation in the induction phase. (sale-japan.com)
  • supramolecular
  • 1. TerraPro - Tested and Measured doing a molecular characterization down to a sub-atomic level, under a Commercial Proprietary Information Contract by Los Alamos National Labs with Sandia National Laboratories, TerraPro is a carbon rich Macro-Molecular Substance (huge molecules clustered together into Supramolecular groups). (soilsecretsblog.com)
  • Structure
  • What substances have a metallic structure? (getrevising.co.uk)
  • What substances have a simple molecular structure? (getrevising.co.uk)
  • Lignin has less reactive sites in the aromatic ring than phenols, and the steric effects caused by the macromolecular structure further hinder its reactivity. (openaire.eu)
  • The positions, intensities and shapes of the peaks in the powder diffraction pattern reveal information about the microscopic structure and strain state of a sample, and can also be used to identify which substances are present in a (possibly complex) mixture. (esrf.eu)
  • There is a CONFORMATIONAL PROTEOMICS OF MACROMOLECULAR ARCHITECTURE: APPROACHING THE STRUCTURE OF LARGE MOLECULAR ASSEMBLIES AND THEIR MECHANISMS OF ACTION Targeting this wool always now. (dungeonsntowers.com)
  • maximize
  • Solid CNS can be converted into hydroxyl-rich liquid substances using liquefaction techniques to maximize its reuse at the molecular level and to improve its reuse efficiency and value. (ncsu.edu)
  • trace
  • The use of selective detectors allows for rapid detection of trace substances in a the proverbial haystack. (absolutelabs.net)
  • For example, irradiation of trace elements within hard or soft substances enables scientists to probe deeply and isolate minute quantities of substances within a large volume. (esrf.eu)
  • detect
  • These cells are equipped with an array of signaling receptors that detect foreign molecular substances or altered endogenous molecules that appear under situations of stress. (umassmed.edu)
  • wash
  • The ideal carrier should be non-toxic, odorless, environmental protection, The dye effect is good, does not reduce the affinity of dyes, does not affect the color and fastness, easy to wash away, low cost of substances. (xingwuchemical.com)
  • Plant
  • Crude Oil Refinery Equipment - The entire plant applies the pure physical working principle, even heating and self-balancing flow, it has no damaging of oil substances. (recyclingthewaste.com)
  • large
  • For instance, a large selection of four-component Ugi-reaction items was looked into for serine protease inhibition , and three-component Ugi-type items served as an early on proof-of-concept study utilizing a hereditary algorithm for substance marketing . (biographysoftware.com)