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Seafloor brines are potential environments leading to exceptional preservation.
Tank systems are designed for the controlled mixing and chilling and storage of meat brines and poultry marinades.
After forty years of ontological inquiry, Francisco Brines has arrived at La ultima costa.
In attempts to come up with a stick that was more durable and easier to produce, the Brines experimented with laminated wood, plastic, fiberglass, and aluminum, but did not find a material that fitted what they were seeking.
It allows for continuous reuse of solutions for hot dog brines, pickling brines, cheese brines and meat solutions, eliminating the costly disposal of contaminated brine solutions.
Its lower freezing temperature will solidify less often than other brines, so it offers better protection against decay, scaling, pitting, and spalling on concrete surfaces.
Cyprus Foote Minerals, for example, closed its spodumene mine in 1986 to concentrate its efforts on brines of the Salar de Atacama in Chile together with its existing brine operation at Silver Peak, Nevada.
It allows concentrated brines to flow from the new pond area to the old and will enable the company to eventually double its SOP production capacity to 420K st/yr.
Brines altered the estuarine salinity gradient and introduced benzenes, napthalenes, unidentified hydrocarbons, and metals to water and sediments.
Either they try to manufacture them by setting up fusion reactions involving lighter nuclei, or they look for traces of them in somewhat exotic minerals, such as meteoric debris or certain hot brines.
This is especially good news as elevated Magnesium content in brines increases processing costs considerably, so at the Company's Fish Lake Project it is conceivable that low-magnesium lithium brines with moderate Boron and Potassium contents may be economically viable.
The low electrical resistivities at depth, to the west of our current resource, and in the previously unexplored North Valley illustrate the potential for discovery of additional lithium-rich brines in Clayton Valley.
SEETHING Hearts gaffer Paulo Sergio insists a lie detector test would settle his feud with ref Iain Brines after the pair were set on a new collision course.
GMM will also test for groundwater brines and brines in contact with the marine evaporate beds for lithium.
BLUNDERING ref Iain Brines scored a humiliating own goal yesterday trying to report Falkirk boss John Hughes to the beaks - only to find he didn't know his own rulebook.