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mod. tipsy; alcohol intoxicated. All four of them went out and got a little activated.
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Today, silver-impregnated activated carbon is commonly used in the production of bacteriostatic water filter products for home use, as well as cartridges for the purification of potable water, beverage water and municipal water treatment.
Global powdered activated carbon: The increased demand for powdered activated carbon is attributable to the wider range of industrial applications and higher adsorption property.
In recent years, China has seen a growing surge in terms of the production and demand of activated carbon with the export proportion ever declining, on account of intensifying environmental-friendly policies in China as well as accelerated trade protectionism carried out by European and American countries.
By blocking these two sets of adhesion molecules, which normally function like the two sides of velcro, the activated immune cells can be forced to continue to speed through the bloodstream, propelled by blood flow, and prevented from wedging their way through the blood vessel wall and into the central nervous system.
An attempt was made to extrude heat activated adhesive onto Santoprene thermoplastic elastomer.
This book discusses and dissects all aspects of activated sludge solids separation problems.
If you treat a fart with activated charcoal, you take out the odor," he says.
Both R5 gp120 and X4 gp120 activate the MAP kinases p38 and c-Jun amino terminal kinase/stress-activated protein kinase (JNK/SAPK), though it is unclear whether a third member of the MAPK family, extracellular regulated kinase (ERK 1/2), is activated.
Our destructive potential can easily be activated, for example, by a group's collective fear of attack by an enemy--whether that fear is based upon a genuine threat or manufactured by propaganda.
The use of autologous activated macrophages for nerve regeneration is based on technology developed in the laboratory of Prof.
Liquid phase applications represent the largest outlet for activated carbon.
Activated carbon is a powdered granular or pelted form of carbon, basically, used for removing unwanted colour and odour, mostly, in liquid substances and finds extensive use in food processing and chemical industries, particularly, in edible oil, sugar, glucose, starch making and pharmaceuticals.
Treatment with U0126 (5 and 20 [micro]M), an inhibitor of both activated and nonactivated forms of MAPK/ERK kinase (MEK1/2) (Favata et al.
This study evaluated biological treatment of bleached kraft mill effluent in a nutrient (phosphorus) limited moving bed biofilm process followed by an activated sludge process on a pilot plant scale.