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SIC

Latin, In such manner; so; thus.

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The mean CCT in SICS patients was 555.1 [micro] and the mean in the phacoemulsification group was 564.71 [micro].
longtime SIC employee Archie Blair, founder of the archery team who led the team to national success for the past six years, spoke about the teams inception and growth.
In 1990, Motsinger led SIC to its first NJCAA National Tournament.
The board also learned that the SIC Foundation is preparing for a joint fundraiser with Harrisburg Medical Center Foundation in February a "Friendly" Feud to be held at Morellos banquet room, with details to come later in the year.
Figure 4a displays the infrared spectra of virgin SiC, of PPy-Cl/DBSA and of eight SiC-DBSA/15PPy composites prepared at different Py/DBSA molar ratios.
In this work, silica (Si[O.sub.2]) powder (average particle size: 3 ^m, NOA Technology, USA) and finely ground graphite were used to form the SiC conversion layers.
By the EDS analysis of the content of Si and C elements in (Figure 4(b)), the irregular blocky-shaped particles are identified as SiC. According to Du et al.
The results show that the three SiC polytypes have similar trends of phonon frequency and group velocity.
"The Career Exploration Camps will allow both students and parents to experience what SIC has to offer them for college and career readiness," Cox said.
Ultra-small SiC nanoparticles were fabricated by an anisotropic wet chemical etching process using 50 nm SiC nanoparticles.
Each class will be taught by SIC instructors and members of the various student clubs on campus.