chemical balance

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a beam balance of great precision used in quantitative chemical analysis

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pHin, the company's first product, is reinventing pool and hot tub care by combining a Bluetooth[R] Smart and WiFi-enabled sensor, a mobile phone app and pre-measured chemicals into a subscription-based solution to take the guesswork out of maintaining chemical balance and water quality.
The work, published in the journal Neuron, presents strong evidence that disruption of a delicate chemical balance in the brain is heavily implicated in the disorder.
Too much yeast down there can cause a change in the chemical balance of your vagina, leading to an infection--a condition that's actually much more common than you may think.
While conventional drugs discourage drinking by causing unpleasant symptoms, such as palpitations, nausea and headaches, after alcohol consumption, new drug- Regtect- improves the chemical balance in the brain to suppress a patient's craving, the Japan Times reported.
The simulation lab team is currently working on prototype digital displays that would convey chemical balance, turbine control and other important plant information not captured on the current panels.
These new species allow us to better appreciate how little we know about the biodiversity around us and how they contribute to maintaining the planet's chemical balance.
To achieve a good chemical balance in all aquatic environments, the directive requires the gradual reduction of pollution by controlling priority substances and, in the long term, controlling discharges of priority substances to water.
Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) found that this trauma impacts the chemical balance of fat tissue-chemicals known to communicate with nearby and distant organs.
Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) found that this direct trauma greatly impacts the chemical balance of fat tissue - chemicals that are known to communicate with nearby and distant organs.
The Burgundy expert and Master of Wine, Jasper Morris, who chaired the seminar argues that the effects of abusing the land with too much chemical fertiliser may also have exacerbated the problem by altering the chemical balance of the soil.
All tips are based on proper chemical balance and regular cleaning throughout the season.
Goran Nilsson of the University of Oslo and his colleagues speculated that when a fish's body attempts to maintain chemical balance in the face of changing ocean chemistry, chloride and bicarbonate concentrations could become higher inside nerve cells than outside them.
She examines the role of caffeine, diet and emotions on the body's chemical balance and details relaxation techniques, food plans and recipes to improve adrenal health.
Once implanted, biosensors interacting with the Ortho-tag would gauge the environment around the implant, such as the chemical balance and temperature of surrounding tissue, and the presence of harmful organisms.
Some are able to, under doctor's eye, get off the medication if the chemical balance corrects itself.
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