absolute alcohol


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pure ethyl alcohol (containing no more than 1% water)

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In 5 cases (50%), lamellar sclerectomy and absolute alcohol to the tumor base were also performed due to scleral involvement.
To get the copper nanoparticle based films on glass slides, the required concentration of copper nanoparticles in absolute alcohol (0.4g/4g) was prepared under ultrasonic treatment for about 30 minutes.
Murphy notes that this tax on their product works out to about $11 per litre of absolute alcohol, while for beer makers it is just $2 and for wineries using Canadian grapes it is zero.
(4) Dehydration: the pre-stained materials were immersed in the following solutions in series: 70% alcohol, 85% alcohol, 95% alcohol, absolute alcohol, absolute alcohol.
[alpha]-Cellulose: Tested by the nitric acid-ethanol method according to the following steps: (1) Prepared 500 mL of the 68 percent nitric acid and absolute alcohol mixture with a ratio of 1:4.
Dehydrate in graded alcohol's 70%, 90% and absolute alcohol with dip in each container for 1 sec.
* Sections were finally rinsed in water, dehydrated in ascending grades of absolute alcohol (70%, 80%, and 90%), cleared in xylene, and mounted in a synthetic mountant.
The aim of this case series was to determine the role of retrobulbar absolute alcohol injection in the management of severe and refractory ocular pain in patients of absolute glaucoma.
The captured specimens were placed in separate cotton bags weighed up to 0.1 g (Pesola Spring Balance 300g) and measured before being euthanized and preserved in absolute alcohol.
"You can take two prescription meds and drink three beers and go into an absolute alcohol coma from alcohol poisoning, because the absorption in your body, mixed with this barbiturate, is going to put you in a coma," she said.
Control group was given physiologic saline orally (10 mL/kg body weight) as the vehicle (gavage); ethanol group was administrated 1 mL (per rat) absolute alcohol by gavage; the third and fourth groups were given NS (10 mL/kg body weight) and TQ (10 mg/kg body weight p.o) respectively 1 h prior to alcohol intake.
The data were collapsed by the LDB into 89 LHAs, and included the liters of absolute alcohol sold at take-out government and private liquor stores.
While abstention from drinking is high, South Africa is among the countries having the highest consumption of absolute alcohol per drinker per year, the second highest category of harmful patterns of drinking, and the highest category for past year heavy episodic drinking.
Research methods have been developed to calculate, as accurately as possible, how much a person is drinking in terms of ounces of absolute alcohol. In this case, a drink is defined as 0.5 ounces (or just over 14 grams) of absolute alcohol.
(4) Preparation of 2-hydroxy-4-methyl-6-{4'-[N,N-bis(2-chloroethylyl) amino] distyryl} pyrimidine (IV)-2-hydroxy-4,6-dimethyl pyrimidine (1.24, 0.01 mole) was dissolved in a mixture of xylene (70 ml) and absolute alcohol (10 ml).