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Synonyms for leach

Synonyms for leach

to flow or leak out or emit something slowly

Synonyms for leach

the process of leaching

cause (a liquid) to leach or percolate

permeate or penetrate gradually


remove substances from by a percolating liquid

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A laboratory accelerated leaching test was carried out on the treated cubes to determine the amount of copper leached as a percentage of the initial copper retention following protocol E11-97 described in the American Wood-Preservers' Association book of standards (AWPA 2002) with some slights modifications, as described below.
Analysis of nitrogen in the leached blocks and solid chemicals.
Black spruce, jack pine, and southern pine CCA-treated lumber exposed to natural rainfall for about 1 year in Toronto, Canada, leached CCA components in the ranges: 7.
When that glass was crushed to pieces less than 5 millimeters in diameter, it had the largest surface area and leached the most--often tainting water with 400 mg/l lead.
Previous studies at West Virginia University (3,4,6,7) and elsewhere (5,8,10) have indicated great variability in the amounts of copper, chromium, and arsenic leached from CCA-treated hardwoods in comparison to softwoods.
Last year, a study conducted at the University of Granada in Spain concluded that hormone-mimicking compounds leached into saliva from a plastic resin used to protect pits and fissures on tooth surfaces against cavities.
The results also showed that the AFS leach test did indicate qualitatively the species likely to be leached from the wastes tested in the small landfills.
Lower grade mineralization being crushed to 3/8" to 1/2" and heap leached with recovery of the gold again by CIP or similar methods.
Though none of the leachates would present a great environmental threat according to present criteria, upon reviewing Table 2 it can be seen that two binder systems are more likely to be of concern than the others, both from the number of compounds leached and the concentrations of the compounds.
Cisterns also removed metals in rain or leached from rooftop collectors, precipitating them into their tank sediment.
A central elongated leached breccia pipe, abutting the main zone to the north, with approximate dimensions of 1800 metres long by 225 metres wide consisting of fragments cemented with quartz and limonite suggesting a 5 - 10% sulphide content prior to leaching.
EPA's proposed Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) was chosen to leach the samples because it is likely to be adopted by the EPA for determining the toxicity characteristic and allows the sample to be leached without the loss of volatile organics.
Geologically speaking, this is significant in that a leached cap can overlie enriched copper mineralization.
These two sets of samples were column leached for 100 days.
One thousand grams of the sample were then leached in an aqueous sulfuric acid solution for 24 hours.