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In this project, solid and water phantoms were used as a radiation dosimeter and compared in view of radiation absorbed dose.
Despite more than 950,000 s/f being absorbed during the fourth quarter of 2006 alone, the Northern and Central New Jersey overall industrial availability rate increased from 8.
Example: Consolidated group member A incurs a DCL in year 1; the loss is absorbed by the consolidated group.
While the metal is not easily absorbed, the government is still paying scientists like Yokel to make sure we are safe when it comes to dietary sources of aluminum.
Caprosyn sutures are composed of unique and advanced polymers that deliver maximum wound support, pliability, and knot security and can be absorbed by the body in as little as 56 days.
The brain uses what it has absorbed and assimilated to give action to the person.
206]Pb tracer in feces - Endogenous fecal excretion of absorbed oral [sup.
The cores begin to degrade as moisture accumulates on or is absorbed into the core or core wash coating.
The absorbed moisture is removed from the element at a temperature of 110[degrees]C or less to regenerate the element.
Even protein powders take time to breakdown and be absorbed.
The calcium in fortified soy beverages isn't as well absorbed by the body as the calcium in cow's milk, says Robert Heaney, M.
On the basis of weight of urine absorbed per weight of shavings material, western redcedar shavings absorbed significantly more urine than the other two species for all particle sizes.
That's because some nutrients are better absorbed when your digestive tract is geared up for handling food.
On a hot, muggy May afternoon, with his dukes up, a frightened boy was absorbed by heat.
Use this equation to calculate the number of trees needed to absorb the carbon dioxide released each year from the use of certain appliances: (kilograms of carbon dioxide released) / (11 kilograms of carbon dioxide absorbed per tree) = number of trees.