He believes it might be able to degrade
more than one pollutant at a time.
G-P screws may not be wise choices for clear materials because they tend to have dead spots behind the flights in the metering and transition sections where polymer can hang up and degrade
. Rounding the back side (non-pushing side) of the flights can eliminate the dead space.
1991b), which was one of the first organisms reported that can degrade
toluene under anaerobic (denitrifying) conditions.
Since the urethane group degrades
before the urea, it is these degradation reactions I would like to review.
Their fill does not degrade
over time, and they are the least sensitive to temperature-induced zero-shift error.
Sinclair says ECM's active ingredient initiates a similar chain of events that degrades
the entire polyolefin composition in a reasonable timeframe for products bound for landfills or likely to end up as litter.
People possess an apyrase similar to the ones in bloodsucking insects, but it normally degrades
compounds other than ADP.
Since this film is at high temperature, it degrades
in a matter of hours.
It encodes an enzyme known as RNase L, which degrades
RNA, a chemical relative of DNA.
One of these, called trifluoroacetate (TFA), is toxic to plants, and there's no evidence that it degrades
in the environment.
Syndiotactic PP is also not degraded by radiation sterilization--in fact, its properties may actually improve, whereas conventional PP degrades
(as noted in another Mitsui Toatsu patent).
The grade chosen for the tees, Novon 3001, won out over other grades because it degrades
quickly in a soil environment and can be injection molded.