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something worked out to explain, resolve, or provide a method for dealing with and settling a problem

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The highest sorption efficiency was established after 8 hours of contact time with zeolite, using 2 mg/l formaldehyde solution (85.
Sorption efficiency in 2 mg/ formaldehyde solution (dependence on time and pH value with standard deviations)
Sorption efficiency in 4 mg/l formaldehyde solution (dependence on contact time and pH value with standard deviations)
Sorption efficiency in 6 mg/l formaldehyde solution (dependence on time and pH value with standard deviations)
If there is no alcohol in the less than 10% formaldehyde solution, it is not considered dangerous and therefore is not subject to the transport regulations.
Finally, the classification of a solution with less than 10% formaldehyde and with any quantity of an alcohol is a Class 3 Flammable Liquid with a Class 8 Corrosive subsidiary risk, and is assigned to UN 1198 with the proper shipping name Formaldehyde solution, flammable.
However, for formaldehyde solution options that are considered dangerous goods, all shippers must be trained and certified before they are authorized to offer their shipments for transport.
Formaldehyde solution was added to maintain a formaldehyde-phenol mole ratio of 3.
Each throws a square plot frame on the ground to outline a random sampling area and then pours the mild formaldehyde solution into it.
Formaldehyde solutions that splash into the eye can cause injuries ranging from brief discomfort to corneal clouding and loss of vision and may be trapped behind contact lenses, which usually discolor and solidify when exposed to formalin.
The team makes it nebulous solids by adding a powder of either resorcinol or melamine to formaldehyde solutions spiked with a reaction-initiating base.
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