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To avoid the particles in the cellulose/[BMIM]CI spinning dope, a new dissolving process (also called the two-step dissolving process) was developed in this article.
Just 650 microns in length and assembled into an array of 100 needles for the mouse study, the dissolving microneedles penetrate the outer layers of skin.
If dissolving on an assumer basis, it must certify an individual, corporation or qualified entity will assume responsibility for any future taxes due.
The main applications where granular rubber is currently used include dissolving for the manufacture of adhesives and sealants, paints, oil lubricants (viscosity index improvers), modified bitumen and modified polymers (high impact polystyrene).
Therefore we end up with elements such as iron, manganese, arsenic and fluoride dissolving into the water.
Designed for a growing number of consumers who want whiter teeth and more convenient options, new Listerine Quick Dissolving Strips discretely dissolve on teeth within five to 10 minutes on average, giving people the freedom to whiten when and where they choose.
The inefficiency of the existing air dissolving technology presented the area of greatest savings and was the focus of this study.
Since rising concentrations of carbon dioxide in the air decrease the amount of carbonate ion present in the ocean despite shells' dissolving, it seemed plausible that organisms would make less calcium carbonate under conditions of high carbon dioxide, says Zondervan.
Or you may want to try chewing food pieces twice to see what effect this has on the dissolving time.
Since over-treated iron contains higher-than-normal Mg, the excess Mg will react with and lower the S level before dissolving in the iron to its desired level.