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Synonyms for extractable

capable of being extracted


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2], the change in content of extractable P in soil (0-0.
The Gare Palma IV/ 5 block, with extractable reserves of 42.
In recent work, it has been determined that a significant quantity of UF resin components is readily extractable by water from MDF panels (Grigsby et al.
These products are also formulated without the use of metal-based acid receptors, such as magnesium oxide and calcium hydroxide that results in measurably lower levels of extractable metals.
When it came time for IOCs to file applications for the right to develop the South Yolotan-Osman fields, they had confidential data by-passing official Turkmen authorities which immediately raised their suspicions about the "lack of professionalism" in the official data's compilation, with the firms concluding the data over-estimated the extractable reserves by several times.
With core expertise in Healthcare, Financial Service, Business to Business (B2B), and Green Energy industries, EXTRACTABLE captured many awards: Five awards in Healthcare, 22 awards in Financial Services, 17 awards in the B2B category, four awards in Green Energy, and seven awards in Business to Consumer (B2C) and other categories.
The majority of extractable polyphenols in tea are flavan-3-ols, commonly referred to as catechins.
This study presents first-hand information on mineral contents of the clay soil ingested by geophagic persons around the Cape Three Point region of West Africa, particularly Ghana and Togo, and the acid extractable fractions which are potentially available for absorption.
They offer a low overall height and are completely extractable without the need for tools.
Featured topics will include current regulatory guidelines, approaches to designing extractable and leachable studies, evaluation and qualification of finished containers, what process materials to use in pharmaceutical production, as well as ICH and global pharmacopeial guidelines and regulations.
Energy and, in particular, fossil fuels are a major part of our lives, and as global populations expand and countries develop, demand will increase while cheap and easily extractable sources deplete," he says.
With over eight billion barrels of extractable oil, East Baghdad is what's known as a super-giant oil field.
The Guide is designed so that the most up-to-date and relevant information is easily extractable.
Update on undertaking extractable and leachable testing.
However, there was no correlation here between zinc content of the sandal charms as measured by XRF, which ranged from 43,900 to 126,700 ppm, and extractable Cd at 96 hr ([r.