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leach away

[for something] to erode or wash away gradually by leaching. The soft sandstone leached away under the constant rains. The flowerpots sat out in the rain, where all the nutrients in the soil leached away.
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leach in (to something)

[for a substance] to seep or penetrate into something. The salt leached into the soil and ruined it. A tremendous amount of salt leached in.
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leach out of something

[for a substance] to seep or drain out of something. All the nutrients leached out of the soil and nothing would grow. The phosphorus leached out of the soil after a few years.
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leach something away (from something)

 and leach something out (of something); leach something out; leach something away
to remove something from something by leaching. The heavy rains leached nutrients away from the soil. The rains leached away the nutrients.
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Dr Hauk will also provide guidance on how to manage and assess the data from extractables studies to derive a meaningful list of leachables, how to validate leachables methods and how to evaluate E&L data.
IDENTIFYING, MANAGING AND CONTROLLING leachables and extractables is one of the foremost challenges facing biomanufacturers who want to use single-use systems to increase product throughput.
In order to propose some boundaries for analysis, control and toxicological evaluation of OINDP, the Working Group developed a safety threshold for OINDP, corresponding to a leachable threshold below which would not harm a patient.
04% molybdenum and l,931M mt leachable reserves grading 0.
Mike Casselman, Director and General Manager Exploration of Candente, states, "with only two years of systematic work and less than US$3M invested we have identified Canariaco Norte as a significant copper resource with a near surface leachable component amenable to SX-EW.
The Regalito property represents the largest undeveloped leachable copper deposit globally, and the second largest reported copper discovery in Chile since 1996.
Near surface leachable copper zone has surface expression of 87 hectares - a large expansion from the 14 hectare preliminary resource
Ceramic materials of >97% alumina are not leachable by standard methods, but show great strength and refractory qualities.
2-] The leachable content of ions in PF ashes was more than 1.
He has worked on method development and validation studies, as well as extractable and leachable projects for the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.
The waste, consisting of particulates from the incinerator's air filter known as fly ash, contains concentrations of leachable cadmium that were in some samples more than twice the provincial limit, according to Paul Henderson, manager of Metro Vancouver's solid waste department.
It extends to identify source areas and trajectory from source to sink, comparing the nutritive contribution with published information on other major Sahara dust, studying the marine microbial activities role in transforming the leachable nutrients from dust to the Gulf ecosystem nutrient budget and linking with the knowledge of Sahara dust international research.
42 million leachable ounces of gold with an average annual production of about 175,000 gold ounces.
Update on undertaking extractable and leachable testing.