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Microbiological analysis (mold and yeast, total counts and coliforms) were carried out in raw and permeate acai pulps according to the Bacteriological Analytical Manual (2001).
bar)), l is thethickness of the membrane (m), ph and pl are pressure on the feed and permeate sides (bar), xi and yi are the fractions of component i on the feed and permeate sides, respectively, and Am (m2) is the required membrane permeation area.
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The pressure build-up in shell and permeate sides were negligible.
The protein composition of permeates obtained from the highest flux experiments was virtually identical to the feed.
The carrier gas flow rate in the permeate chamber must be very low (in order to present a detectable carbon dioxide concentration at the permeate outlet) and have a perfect mixing flow pattern.
If an entrapped gas bubble floats to the top of the mold cavity, the gas should permeate into the molding sand before the metal can solidify around it.
When low concentrations of permeate effluent were encountered, the equation that relied solely on reservoir concentrations was successful.
A multilayer polyester bottle with Amosorb 3000 as its core layer traps oxygen before it can permeate the sidewalls.
conditioned hoses continued to permeate at a higher rate than
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