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the substance that is acted upon by an enzyme or ferment

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a surface on which an organism grows or is attached

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any stratum or layer lying underneath another

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an indigenous language that contributes features to the language of an invading people who impose their language on the indigenous population

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IC substrate industry may be in a predicament in 2015, rooted in two aspects: first, the maturing of FOWLP; second, the tablet sales decline and sluggish smartphone growth.
Many companies are able to design the substrate using prepreg materials and avoid use of more expensive buildup substrates, but as package roadmaps increasingly show finer bump pitch, greater use of buildup substrates is anticipated.
Ideally, the process to be followed is cleaning the substrate and profiling it to maximize mechanical adhesion, followed by a chemical conversion of the substrate surface to slow oxidization and improve adhesion.
Replacing large, bulky connectors with patterning interconnects that have fine-pitch edge mounted units greatly reduces substrate size.
Agaricus bisporus fruiting bodies were produced from a cased basal substrate of grain spawn (San Antonio, 1971), and the conclusion derived from the study was that the quantity of mushrooms produced was comparable to that obtained from conventional compost.
Equipped with a precision mechanism based on the company's unique polishing films (Nano Tape) and polishing liquids, the washer uses high-pressure water jet to clean polished TFT substrates.
Parylene can be applied to many substrates, including glass, metal, resin, plastics, ceramic, ferrite and silicon, and even powdered and granular substances.
Although benzoate was never detected in the 3-CB-amended mesocosm, it was presumably produced via the reductive dehalogenation of the parent substrate and rapidly consumed by Syntrophus species.
Although the adhesion of these coatings to superalloy substrates is of primary importance, the thermal conductivity of the coatings must also be known for design purposes.
The first step in IBM's new method is to deposit a thin layer of diamond-like carbon instead of using a polymer substrate.
The substrate is as thick as conventional ISO MO and the overcoat that protects the recording layer is thicker than conventional ISO MO, so the medium is rugged and less easily contaminated.
In any vaccine, adventitious agents in the cellular substrate may contaminate the biological product.
The fastening tape tab portion of the first substrate's first face has a fastening surface with no adhesive on the second face and an end of the fastening tape tab portion of the first substrate is connected to an end of the release tape tab portion of the second substrate by at least one adhesive layer-to-substrate bond.
Most acoustic wave detectors consist of a millimeter-thick substrate -- often a crystal such as lithium niobate -- with tiny electrodes attached that emit acoustic waves at frequencies beyond the range detectable by human ears.