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Gaining "accurate insight into our chemical environment would be worth the trouble," he added.
Chemical attack on covers is dependent on a number of things, only one of which is compatibility of the cover type and material with the prevalent chemical environment.
The hydrothermal features fueled by mantle heat have created a chemical environment which is equally unique.
Ms Tucker, who worked on reducing toxin levels in pregnant women in the US, advised prospective mothers to 'try to rely on a less chemical environment in your own home'.
This is impressive because they must retain their size and strength in a tough chemical environment.
02:45 BACTERIOPLANKTON PHOSPHATE UPTAKE IN LAKE ERIE: IS IT CONTROLLED BY CHEMICAL ENVIRONMENT OR COMMUNITY STRUCTURE?
This exchange helps maintain a proper chemical environment in muscle cells for muscle contraction and the energy production so necessary for an athlete's peak performance.
In May of 1991, the General Accounting Office noted that the Army active and reserve units it visited "had not been adequately trained or equipped to survive and sustain operations in a chemical environment.
When people are under stress, or have hypertension, this creates a stressful chemical environment.
Part IV explores the chemical environment to which workers are exposed.
Molecular vibrations are affected by change in physical phase, and knowledge of how certain molecular vibrations are affected by change in the chemical environment improves the analyst's ability to solve complex chemical problems.
McDermott co-authored a Science paper on the investigation, which concluded that magnetite retains its stable structure in spite of these irregularities thanks to a mechanism that redistributes cations in response to the surrounding chemical environment.
They can detect the chemical environment and they can 'feel' their physical surroundings using ultrasensitive sensors.
In the presence of a chemical environment, including air and water, which are aggressive chemical environments to some materials, the environment is absorbed and penetrates the micro-structure of the polymer, when a tensile stress is present.
Earlier this year, a report by Mike Brown, an astronomer at the California Institute of Technology, and Kevin Hand from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said Europa's salty ocean beneath its frozen surface suggests there is a chemical exchange between the ocean and surface, making it a rich chemical environment.
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