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Synonyms for unimpregnated

not having been fertilized

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The result is due to the faint presence of acidity in the impregnated dehydrated yacon, given that the Aloe vera solution had a pH of 3.77, which differentiates it from an unimpregnated sample of dehydrated yacon.
A number of bleaching combinations {[NaOH-[H.sub.2][O.sub.2]], [NaOH-Ca(OH)[.sub.2]-[H.sub.2][O.sub.2]], [NaOH-MgS[O.sub.4]-[H.sub.2][O.sub.2]], [NaHS[O.sub.3]-[H.sub.2][C.sub.2][O.sub.4]], [NaSi[O.sub.3]-[H.sub.2][O.sub.2]], [KMn[O.sub.4] + NaHS[O.sub.3] + [H.sub.2][O.sub.2]]} were applied at 18% concentration for bleaching to both impregnated and unimpregnated specimens of Oriental beech wood.
Specimens were mainly divided into three groups, namely, impregnated with T-CBC, impregnated with I-WR 2000, and unimpregnated (natural-control), all of which were then subjected to color bleaching (with six different processes) and varnish coating processes.
Decorative foil overlays are divided into three categories: unimpregnated, pre-impregnated and post-impregnated.
Hull and company reenter, on the way to Iowa to visit his sister: "George appreciated the mobile miracle provided by the Pullman Company, a splendid example of technology in the service of affluence." Angelica remains unimpregnated, but the idea of the giant is hatched: "George Hulls swollen brain uncurled a worm ....
The reinforcements used in LCM are initially in an unimpregnated form, and it is the complete impregnation of these fibrous networks that is the ultimate goal.
* Unimpregnated, preimpregnated, and postimpregnated foils
However, the mechanical properties of these boards were lower than for those made from unimpregnated particles.
Unimpregnated: These are essentially untreated papers, although a small amount of resin (2 to 3 percent) is generally added during manufacturing.