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Segmentation by technology of the dissolved oxygen meter market
On Friday, Sudan Tribune reported that Salva Kiir, also the SPLM chairperson had dissolved the party's highest executive organ, Political Bureau (PB) as well as the National Liberation Council (NLC), when he argued that the structures were "illegitimate" and "outdated" by May this year.
Finally, cellulose would be dissolved gradually at both inside and outside simultaneously.
The decrease in dissolved oxygen during critical periods of species life history or during diel periods may cause stunting, a loss of reproductive capacity by adults, or mortality as a result of summer or winter kill (Brett 1979; Chapman 1986; Wesolowski 1996).
3 : to fade away as if by melting or breaking up <His anger quickly dissolved.
But district estimates said seepage from the ponds could increase the presence of dissolved solids, a classification that includes sodium and chloride among other chemicals, to 900 milligrams per liter in groundwater.
PURIFICATION OF PEROXIDE-BLEACHED TMP WATER BY DISSOLVED AIR FLOTATION
Wherever submarine groundwater discharge is occurring, the seeping water carries a variety of dissolved substances, some of which can have profound effects on local ecosystems.
1, and was voluntarily dissolved effective March 31.
The first group of four inoculant pellets dissolved in most cases, but the second group of inoculant pellets dissolved in all cases, even at the lowest temperature (2,328F/1,275C) and with the least amount of iron poured (34 lbs.
So far, there are no limitations to the types of cellulose that can be dissolved using the process we've developed," she says.
We used the YSI 85 dissolved oxygen (DO) meter to collect data on dissolved oxygen, temperature, electrical conductivity, specific conductance, and salinity of the water.