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a space in an otherwise solid mass

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In the May 10 JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, he and three UCLA colleagues report making a new type of cavitand that has two differently shaped cavities.
It takes up to six cavities and produces detergent and household chemical containers up to 6L at 4300/hr.
Breslow has also synthesized cage-like molecules that, like the cavities in cyclodextrins, are hydrophobic.
It is also the first and only toothpaste that will carry the American Dental Association (ADA) Seal of Acceptance for gingivitis, plaque, cavities and tartar benefits.
In the first of these works, two cavities are considered, wherein a perfectly reflecting cavity is placed within a perfectly absorbing cavity (see Figure 1 in [15]).
Rossiter, "Wind tunnel experiments on the flow over rectangular cavities at subsonic and transonic speed," Aeronautical Research Council Reports and Memoranda 3438, 1964.
To verify whether the leak of power can be avoided, two types of open cavities are simulated with two dimensional FDTD methods.
The holes in the annular seals act as cavities trapping pockets of recirculating fluid.
There was a period between the wars when cavities were ventilated by having only an air brick in the outer leaf, with no bridging sleeve across the cavity, and, if necessary, alternate bricks removed in the inner leaf to allow air flow under a wooden floor.
woodpeckers and nuthatches) are considered a keystone guild because the cavities they create are important to a diverse group of secondary cavity users (Daily et al.
Three identical spherical cavities were spaced in the horizontal plane by 120 degrees from each other and connected to the catching basin by rectangular runners.
Saliva tests for cancer, diabetes, infections, and the tendency to develop cavities are currently in the works.
It also makes it possible to reduce cure time, and in some cases, have more cavities on the same mold surface area (since the cavities can be placed nearer the edges), leading to increased productivity.