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The exchangeability of phosphate and nitrate with humic/fulvicarsenate complexes was determined by placing equal portions of HA and FA suspensions in stoppered bottles.
The effect of soil physico-chemical conditions on exchangeability can also be assessed by correlating selected properties of whole soils with the exchangeability of the considered element in the different soil samples (Castro and Torrent 1998).
ii) exchangeability by specifically adsorbing cations,
These non-cash charges were principally associated with non-cash, non-recurring redemption of a portion of the equity held by certain executives and senior managers, as well as non-cash charges related to activation of exchangeability of founding partner interests granted pre-merger to certain executives.
A lot of his distaste for contemporary culture--the inflation of signs, the extermination of values, media saturation, the rampant exchangeability of everything--may have come from there.
For maximum performance, exchangeability of results and optimum use of the instruments, it develops methods and standards in close cooperation with research institutes in the field of printability in general.
These include the effects of the level of application, period of reaction, effects of temperature, interactions between pH and salt concentration, desorption, and the isotopic exchangeability.
In the laboratory, the processes involved have been studied by measuring the rate of decrease in the solution concentration of the ion, the rate of decrease in extractability, and the rate of decrease in isotopic exchangeability.
1 The non-GAAP outlook for BGC reflects the effects of the full formation and final separation from Cantor and excludes any costs which may be associated with the formation, separation and merger (including, without limitation, redemption of partnership interests) as well as any one time (i) compensation and (ii) other accounting charges associated with transactions to facilitate repayment of loans to executive officers, exchangeability of BGC Holdings units and other structuring features of the formation, separation and merger.
And so we come back to plasticity as absolute exchangeability, Malabou's new, eminently metamorphic materialism; "The favored regime of change today," she has written, "is the continuous implosion of form, by which it is reworked and reshaped continually.
2 The preliminary results for BGC reflect the effects of the full formation and final separation from Cantor and exclude any costs which may be associated with the formation, separation (including, without limitation, redemption of partnership interests) and merger as well as any (i) cash and non-cash compensation and (ii) other accounting charges associated with transactions to facilitate repayment of loans to executive officers, exchangeability of BGC Holdings units and other structuring features of the formation, separation and merger.
In her most recent work, Genzken confronts one of the prime calamities of sculpture in the present: a terror that emerges from both the universal equivalence and exchangeability of all objects and materials and the simultaneous impossibility of imbuing any transgressive definition of sculpture with priorities or criteria of selection, of choice, let alone judgment (be it artisanal skills, choice of objects or materials, or the analytical intelligence to identify the specific structure of a contextualized readymade).
Basic software modules are standardized, such that interoperability, reuse and exchangeability are supported.
This will help increase reuse and exchangeability of software modules between OEMs and their suppliers, allowing for improved management of highly integrated E/E architectures.