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In the case of Ca-saturated Sawyers 1, the turbidity was barely discernible when distilled water was the permeant, indicating that the structure of the Ca clay in the soil is virtually preserved.
Thus, blend morphology becomes a tool for controlling permeation through optimal arrangement of the two polymer phases given their relative barrier resistance to any permeant, as for example in the polyethylene/nylon system under consideration here in regard to water vapor permeation.
Quaternary benzo[clphenanthridine alkaloids-novel cell permeant and red fluorescing DNA probes.
We were able to distinguish between permeant and nonpermeant inhibitors of the choline transporter by comparing effects of DMAE with the quaternary ammonium--containing analog HC-3.
Hassan Al-Ibrahim added in a speech he gave on the occasion of the 197th session of UNESCO's Executive Council held in Paris, which was attended by Kuwait's Permeant envoy to UNESCO Dr.
The authors pointed out the dependence of the permeation on the amorphous volume of polymer, making available opportunities for the migration of the permeant gases.
The inhibition of hexose transport by permeant and impermeant sulfhydryl agents in rat adipocytes.
CAIRO, Nov 9 (KUNA) -- Egypt on Sunday called for holding an urgent meeting at the Arab League at the level of permeant delegates to discuss the current crisis between Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mahmud and his Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed.
The samples were soaked in a screw tight test bottles containing 15-20 ml of the respective permeant in a thermostatically controlled oven at the required temperature.
4-Amino-5-methylamino-2', 7'-difluorofluorescein diacetate (DAF-FM DA, Molecular Probes, Karlsruhe, Germany) is membrane permeant and is deacetylated by intracellular esterases to 4,5-diaminofluorescein (DAF-2).
Other methods use reduction of solubility and diffusion coefficients of the permeant by blending and/or orientation [5].