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a thin outer covering of an object

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Although he had not howled once, his snarling and growling, combined with his thirst, had hoarsened his throat and dried the mucous membranes of his mouth so that he was incapable, except under the sheerest provocation, of further sound.
His fevered membranes and burnt stomach began to clamour for more and more of the scorching fluid; while his brain, thrust all awry by the unwonted stimulant, permitted him to go any length to obtain it.
I had to gulp again and hold the poison down, for poison it was to my child's tissues and membranes.
"I remain - if I am strong enough," asserted the sallow little Professor, whose large ears, thin like membranes, and standing far out from the sides of his frail skull, took on suddenly a deep red tint.
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Summary: For efficient gas separation the membrane technology is rapidly growing day by day and it is more economical and effectual than past technologies.
The CA virgin membrane [10] was fabricated via complex thermally induced phase separation (c-TIPS) [11].
Membrane Systems: For Bioartificial Organs and Regenerative Medicine
ABSTRACT: Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) membrane is categorized as hydrophobic membrane that leads to a low membrane flux and easily fouled during membrane operation process.
Plasma surface modification is one of the processes with high potential that can be used to raise the utility of membrane materials in diverse technical applications.
In this perspective, membrane distillation (MD) is theoretically a very attractive alternative: not pressure but temperature driven up to saturated concentrates, with high salt rejection and possibility of being powered by solar or geothermal energy, or low-graded waste heat [2].
The Japanese fibres giant recently won major orders in Qatar and Thailand for its hollow fibre ultra-filtration (UF) membranes. Next spring it plans to manufacture membranes for membrane bioreactors (MBR) for the first time in China, reported Asian Review.
Right before condensation of products commences, there is a need for a membrane that can allow "selective" diffusion of these products as vapors.
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