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Outcomes from this research include updated protocols for evaluating the corrosiveness of soils and fill materials, which will distinguish between specific applicat
The presence of crude oil, including the dilbits we have tested, actually decreases the corrosiveness of the standard brine used in standard testing.
Reanalysis of the data using the Fisher's exact test, which is an appropriate statistical test when the expected numbers are small but is most commonly applied to 2x2 contingency tables, reveals that lead contamination of drinking water is not significantly related to building age or water corrosiveness but is significantly related to water temperature (p = .
After the organism dies, however, no new shell may be deposited, and the stability of the shell mineral is controlled by the corrosiveness of the surrounding conditions.
The corrosiveness of chloride-containing media is amplified by its salt content and the presence of other halogens, ions of alkali metals or sulphur.
Resin type, additives, required temperature, corrosiveness, abrasiveness, and flash rate.
Although deprivation theory is clearly inadequate to explain something that involves one-eighth of the world's Christians, theories of globalization are now used to emphasize how Pentecostalism around the world is a response among displaced and migrant peoples facing the impersonality of urbanization and the corrosiveness of modernity on traditional communities.
The only thing, for Campos, that stands between one's individual identity and the corrosiveness of water, or time, is language: "Words have this advantage over brick and stone: neither the pick nor the erosive labor of elements is capable of demolishing them or sweeping them away" (Celina 139).
In recent years the brominated compounds and antimony oxide have attracted much attention because of the high corrosiveness and toxicity of their combustion products.
Steel pipe typically will last about 50 years depending upon soil conditions, quality and thickness of the steel, type of joints, corrosiveness of the water being conveyed and whether or not the steel is lined and coated to prevent corrosion.
Chemical and physical characteristics of goods include: pressure, elevated temperature, low temperature (cryogenic), radiation, explosive properties, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosiveness, oxidizing potential, and infectious properties.
Process control is made possible with a 16-channel temperature profiler to ensure more even temperature distribution on the PCB; 2) for through-hole and manually inserted assembly, a wave that can stand lead-free material corrosiveness as well as being able to achieve a specific temperature profile for solderability.