chemical change

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3) The majority opinion, not yet a consensus, is that the chemical change was caused by some sort of radiation impinging on the Shroud as it enclosed the dead body of The Man in the Shroud.
c] as the variable product reflecting chemical changes that occur during the aging process.
Together, these chemical changes create a high risk for gallstone formation.
To qualify for the credits, the synthetic fuel must meet three primary conditions: 1) there must be a significant chemical change in the coal feedstock; 2) the product must be sold to an unrelated party and; 3) the production facility must have been placed-in-service before July 1, 1998.
Cote, who has been a classroom teacher, community college instructor, and gifted and talented resource specialist, and Blauvelt, a teacher in various settings and gifted and talented resource specialist, provide teachers, gifted program directors, and resource specialists with nine science lessons for high-ability learners in grades six through eight that focus on the concepts and definitions of physical and chemical change.
He also said that the fish could have possibly fed on insects and might have detected a chemical change in the water before swimming up the urine trail and biting human genitals.
And although polyunsaturated fats are healthier,it advises against heating them because the chemical change turns them into unhealthy transfats.
SMELTER--A facility that melts or fuses (as ore), often producing an accompanying chemical change usually to separate out the metal.
We were informed this event is related to the IRS activities disclosed in its June 27, 2003, Announcement 2003-46, 'Test Procedures and Significant Chemical Change for Synthetic Fuel.
It showed that when the gene promoter is replaced by a chemical change called methylation, patients respond better to treatment.
Gillette reiterated that the company believes its synthetic fuel product does undergo a significant chemical change, noting that this finding is validated by regular testing using two independent laboratories.
The process of changing one material into another material is called a chemical reaction or chemical change.
Risk-taking in males and estrogen in females are probably factors, and there may even be a beneficial hormonal or chemical change that occurs through extending care to another,'' Allman said.