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(of ceramics) having the surface made shiny and nonporous by fusing a vitreous solution to it

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Vitrification and warming: Oocytes (n=160 oocyte) were vitrified by cryotop method described by Kuwayama (45).
Schmeier's product offering includes internal grinding wheels in CBN, silicon carbide, ceramic and corundum in vitrified bond, as well as tools for the super finishing process.
Experiment 1: rapamycin-pretreated oocytes were vitrified and warmed, and recovered by culturing for 1 to 2 h at 37[degrees]C in 5% C[O.
The bond for vitrified grinding wheel was prepared by mixing raw materials in proportions indicated in Table 1.
To reduce the volume to be vitrified, it would be advantageous to separate the nonradioactive waste, like aluminum and iron, out of the waste, leaving less waste to be vitrified.
Finally, the vitrified oocytes were placed on a CryoLoop (Hampton Research, Laguna Niguel, CA, USA) and immediately immersed in liquid nitrogen.
Cumulus cell removal prior to in vitro maturation or vitrification have shown to have a detrimental effect on oocyte morphology for both immature and mature vitrified buffalo (Gasparrini et al.
Results: The survival rates of vitrified oocytes at GV and MII stages were 87.
RAK Ceramics is rated as one of the most innoative company in India when it comes to new product development in the vitrified tile category.
It is the third time that vitrified radioactive waste has been brought back from Britain.
Vitrified clay is the only pipe product that has been independently certified as sustainable to the triple bottom line (economic, environmental and social).
Travel Business Review-October 22, 2012--AREVA - Eighth return of vitrified waste to Switzerland(C)2012] ENPublishing - http://www.
Among specific topics are investigating illegal dumping as a new challenge for forensic environmental engineers, energy recovery from unused and expired medicines, the possibility of using prehistoric vitrified forts as anthropogenic analogues to assess the long-term behavior of vitrified waste, the antioxidant potential for forestry biomass waste, and removing cadmium from waste water using Saudi activated bentonite.
Saudi Vitrified Clay Pipe Company (SVCP) is in the process of ramping up capacity again just three years after its previous upgrade in preparation for demand forecasted to come from a Saudi government scheme to expand the kingdom's sewers.