Synthetic System

Synthetic System

The use of two or more steps to create a product. This may refer to the assembly line at an auto plant, the writing and editing processes in journalism, or almost anything else.
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Central Services Director Bernhard Klein says: "This new technology is our best ever and has the low electricity consumption of a synthetic system while clearly beating any alternatives based on natural refrigerants.
of nanopores in a synthetic system can be achieved," comments Ben L.
in Kalamazoo, believes that the installation of a synthetic system at Waldo Stadium was inevitable.
The totally synthetic system is impervious to moisture and mildew.
Any synthetic system seeking resolution toward unitary, centered consciousness must here chose its amputations(17) and accept only fragmented access to the ancestors' legacy.
Through over 30 NCAA Division 1 game fields and more than 400 baseball installations worldwide, FieldTurf has proven to combine the beneficial biomechanical properties of natural grass, with the best attributes of a durable synthetic system - better than any other alternative in the marketplace
The totally synthetic system is impervious to moisture and mildew and carries a lifetime warranty covering fiber, backing material, product integrity and performance.
In addition to providing gorgeous graphics and smooth operation, World of Fighter integrates numerous practical functions such as fresh navigating and auction house systems as well as fun-inspiring functions including a jewelry embedding synthetic system.
There is now tantalising evidence that efficient biological and synthetic systems use ultrafast coherent electronic state evolution to couple molecular and macroscopic length scales, which requires special structural arrangements over intermediate length scales of 10 nm and more.
A variety of biological synthetic systems are discussed, including algae, diatoms and chrysophytes, bacteria, and yeasts, as well as processes that utilize nonliving biologically derived components, such as plant extracts to modulate redox properties of the synthetic environment, isolated proteins with useful template shapes, and chelators to control size.
Until these coherences were observed in synthetic systems, it remained dubious that such a complex phenomenon could be recreated outside of nature," Hayes said.
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