permeate


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infiltrate

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pervade

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to cause to be filled, as with a particular mood or tone

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penetrate mutually or be interlocked

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Raw and permeate acai pulps were characterized according to their moisture, total solids, ashes, pH, lipids (AOAC, 2000) and turbidity.
This simulation analysis is started with the influence of permeate side pressure on the CO2 purity and recovery for fixed membrane area.
As the largest producer of nutritional whey protein and whey permeate in Europe, solely focused on dairy nutrition for more than 40 years, Volac can assure a stable supply and partnership opportunities for growth.
The pressure build-up in shell and permeate sides were negligible.
The importance of permeate water purity during haemodialysis
The protein composition of permeates obtained from the highest flux experiments was virtually identical to the feed.
5) This method considers a permeation cell where there is no total pressure gradient between the retentate and the permeate chambers.
This means, he says, that not only does marketing thinking permeate the business, but business thinking permeates marketing.
Aggressive and hazardous chemicals such as nitric or hydrofluoric acid can permeate PFA, FEP, and even PTFE primary tubing over time.
With a permeate flow rate of 9000 gpd and a stabilized salt rejection of 99.
Rapid triplets permeate the movement, ending the work with a flourish.
According to UNESCO's website, "education for a sustainable future should permeate the entire school curriculum, with every subject area, at every year level, dealing with aspects of sustainability in some way.
The Big Bang theory predicted that an afterglow radiation from the young hot era would still permeate the sky today," explains NASA astronomer Charles Bennett.
It is exercised too when they endeavour to have the Gospel spirit permeate and improve the temporal order" (Decree on the Laity).
If an entrapped gas bubble floats to the top of the mold cavity, the gas should permeate into the molding sand before the metal can solidify around it.