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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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25 mL of plant sample/quercetin standard solution was mixed with 1250 uL of distilled water in a test tube and then 75 uL of NaNO2 solution was added.
3 mg QE/100 g, in control sample extracted by methanol 50%, ethanol 50% and distilled water (Table 1).
The reduction of colonies following cleaning with distilled water was also found to be statistically significant (Done using Wilcoxon signed ranks test).
A comparison of A-A and B-A revealed that distilled water hydration led to the flocculation of the particle clods resulting in the formation of a more solid bentonite surface appearance as well as a tighter attachment between the particles.
Post Hoc analysis showed that when specimens were immersed in distilled water for 60 days and compared with the specimens at 0 day, the difference was not statistically significant (p=0.
Study showed that there is a significant increase in the incidence of complications while using distilled water as ear drops (p < 0.
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The inoculated samples were then treated with 1% hydrogen peroxide, 2% hydrogen peroxide, 200 ppm of sodium chloride and distilled water for periods of 0.
Methanol (Fisher), isooctane (Merck), dichloromethane (Carlo Erba) and distilled water used were HPLC grade.
Rona, MD, Msc, asserts that " drinking distilled water on a regular, daily basis is potentially dangerous.
Get a distiller and take a gallon of the distilled water, warm it, and pour it into a sink or basin--then take a sponge bath.