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Synonyms for centrifuge

an apparatus that uses centrifugal force to separate particles from a suspension

rotate at very high speed in order to separate the liquids from the solids


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The Express 2 centrifuge is perfect for stat and ER testing, providing blood separation and platelet poor plasma (PPP) in only two minutes.
1kg, the ultracompact multifuge is a truly personal sized centrifuge that will fit within on the smallest benchtop space, yet provides unmatched capacity and flexibility.
The previous such report, in November 2010, indicated Iran planned to deploy several hundred new centrifuges for "research and development" at its once-secret nuclear site near Qom.
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The latest report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said that, as of November 15, Iran had dismantled 4,530 centrifuges or just over one-third of all those it must dismantle before sanctions can be lifted.
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In a relevant development in July, the Iranian legislators in a statement appreciated the country's negotiators in nuclear talks with the six world powers, and meantime stressed that any final deal with the sextet should endorse Iran's use of enough centrifuge machines to produce its needed 190,000 SWUs enrichment capacity for fueling Iran's power and research reactors.
The Centrifuge 5424/5424 R (refrigeration) is ideal for Molecular Biology and general laboratory applications.
Adding a high-speed, solids control decanter centrifuge removes ultra-fine drill solids of greater than 2 to 5 microns at an average process rate of approximately 20 percent of the mud pump flow rate, Anderson continued.
This is the time the centrifuge is actually rotating.
Centrifuge speed did not significantly affect the concentration of TDP extracted in the soil water (P = 0.
The preferred technology for virus concentration from large volumes was developed by the Joint NIH-AEC Zonal Centrifuge Development Project at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA, and the Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant in the 1960s (4).
The P-1 centrifuge is the workhorse of Iran's enrichment program.
Gernot Zippe, a German scientist, captured by the Russians, developed an efficient centrifuge for enriching uranium that was superior to the membrane diffusion methods used in the Manhattan Project.