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For example, a gray iron cupola generally emits
PM, carbon monoxide (CO), NO and [SO.sub.2].
data on CsA in heart transplantation are sparse.
screening was performed for other drugs of abuse, and in addition all these specimens were screened by GC.
* In a "Serious" air-pollution region, you're a major" polluter if you emit
only 50 TPY, and you have nine years to clean up your act."
The rotation rate and intermittent release of radio waves suggests that these stars are neutron stars but not radio pulsars, which emit
regular, frequent pulses.
LSD was measured in the urine with the Emit
II[R]assay from Behring Diagnostics (Cupertino, CA) on a Syva-30R automated assay analyzer (Behring Diagnostics).
* If a "closed molder," under the "best possible" assumptions, emits
styrene amounting to 2% of its resin usage, it would hit the 10,000-lb limit if it used 500,000 lb/yr of resin.
Molecules with high molecular weights, such as those containing chlorine, emit
an x-ray return signature easily visible by the XRF analyzer.
Don't confuse such fluorescence with phosphorescence of exciting energy stops, a fluorescent material ceases to emit
By varying the size of the dots, researchers can tune the crystals to emit
Such stars emit
most of their light at UV wavelengths to which GALEX is most sensitive.
They revealed then that a type of superfast, high-current transistor known as a heterojunction bipolar transistor can emit
useful amounts of infrared light.
107), these tiny clusters of gold atoms fluoresce brightly and emit
different wavelengths of light when scientists vary the number of atoms in each cluster.
The new research is "beautiful confirmation" of the notion that trees emit
more types of highly reactive VOCs than are generally acknowledged, says Allen H.