permeate


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infiltrate

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pervade

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to cause to be filled, as with a particular mood or tone

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penetrate mutually or be interlocked

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In each section, component i transmembrane flux of a mixture from feed to permeate sides across the membrane was described by Ghosal and Freeman (1994) as:
The retentate chamber is 1 mm deep and the permeate chamber is 7 mm deep.
If the gas reaches the top of the casting cavity after a skin has formed, the gas cannot permeate the solid metal skin and enter the sand.
seems to permeate at the highest rate with the CMTBE-15
Among others, vacuum pervaporation is the most widely used mode of operation, while inert purge pervaporation is of interest if the permeate can be discharged without condensation.
which collects cheese whey permeate from cheesemakers throughout a 100- mile radius.
In building the pilot production facility, Xethanol will utilize equipment and production processes from its Permeate Refining test facility in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Ffurnishing and installing equipment items and materials at the Lake Worth Water Treatment Plant including an ammonia gas feed system for the reverse osmosis permeate process waters; modification of the 24-inch 316 SS permeate pipeline as shown on the drawings; a 316 SS weir overflow box and access hatch in the East Clearwell; clearwell baffles in both the East and North Clearwells; a new 24-inch interconnecting pipeline between clearwells; a sample panel; instrumentation including ammonia, chlorine, and pH monitors, a control panel and associated electrical improvements; and all piping and appurtenances for a complete system.
Tixotherm[TM], from Niro that makes the processing of crystallized and non-caking whey and whey permeate powder much easier, has been installed in the Niro test centre in Copenhagen giving potential users the opportunity of evaluating the technology.
Together, they highlight the intensity with which religion has come to permeate modern American politics -- and the increasing ease with which lawmakers use religious rhetoric to energize their constituents and score election points.
The character and style of the Western Scots clans permeate this superbly crafted mystery novel throughout.
is a particularly appropriate reading for ages 4 to 8, and a very highly recommended addition to school and community library collections in this time of terrorism, wars, street gang confrontations, and the other violent events that permeate radio, television, and the movies.
Buckman Laboratories, Memphis, Tennessee, USA has introduced a new Permeate Protector Program[TM] to safeguard the integrity and increase the life expectancy of reverse osmosis elements.
is about slowing political advertising and making sure the flow of negative ads by outside interest groups does not continue to permeate the airwaves," stated Senator Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.
Citing the short time it's taken for e-mail and cell phones to become ingrained in our society, he adds: "Wireless IM in the workplace will permeate our culture more seamlessly and more quickly and will potentially change the way meetings are conducted.