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AKD] the fractional coverage of cPAM on AKD, which is expected to be very low for low cPAM dosages, since cPAM preferentially adsorbs on fibres.
6) Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) shows that better barrier properties are exhibited by paints prepared from latex polymers which adsorb onto pigment surfaces.
The system can't yet adsorb particular proteins from a mixture such as blood, says Bunker.
6 shows that nylon also adsorbs iodine in vapour phase.
If the sand has a wide range of screen size distribution, the mold may be able to adsorb the expansion movement.
Surface electrochemistry is the part of electrochemistry concerned with the details of what goes on at the electrode surface - in particular how molecules adsorb there and the reactions they undergo.
It has been found that the surfactant adsorbs both on unexposed and exposed photoresist.
Preliminary results from both the lab work and microscopy studies suggest that the protein adsorbs onto ice crystals when they are small and prevents them from growing, even after Goff exposes them to varying temperatures.
The layer of seed adsorbs organic condensation before it is adsorbed into the filter fabric.
In the ensuing "endogenous" experiment, PRDT has successfully demonstrated that its lead resin also adsorbs and removes the specific form of TSE infectivity that is found at very low concentration in blood.
Sellergren and his coworkers measured how much cholesterol the polymer adsorbs in a solution designed to mimic intestinal fluid.
The LTMC process, which cools flue gas temperatures and adsorbs mercury to the carbon in the fly ash, will be examined to determine the system's mercury removal performance and assess overall impacts.
This dramatic improvement is due to the QuckMass(TM) target's non-porous, thin film surface, which adsorbs and transfers the laser energy to the sample molecules.
The trap adsorbs hydrocarbons that are emitted when the engine is stopped.