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The use of excessive physical force against another person. If no injury results from battery, it is a tort; Otherwise, it is a crime.
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Figure 3 shows the influence of aniline concentration on the conductivity of gel electrolyte PAA-g-PEG/PANI.
And I'll accept that it is also fair that trainers can get blas about using electrolytes as a matter of course, but I do think it's very important that we can approach the vet on duty if we consider that a particular greyhound needs such treatment after a race.
The novel electrolyte can also be used for pattern plating (FIGURE 11), but few experimental data are currently available.
The galvanic cell in parallel with the industrial cell using the other electrical parameters of working (voltage and current density)--the amount of electrolyte taken through by-pass circuit is extremely small compared to the amount of electrolyte in the industrial bath which allows the work with other process parameters in cell than those in industrial cell.
The material removal rate and surface roughness of the electrochemical machining process is primarily influenced by the controlled variables like feed rate, applied voltage and electrolyte discharge rate in high carbon high chromium die steel.
Your body goes into shock when electrolytes such as sodium, magnesium, potassium and calcium are too low or too high.
Analysis of variance (ANOVA) was performed using SAS (Statistical Analysis System 1985) statistical packages to assess the significance of electrolyte and stirring treatment effects on pH as measured in saline (EC >4 dS/m) and non-saline (EC <4 dS/m) soils.
It can also be important that the product being measured is not contaminated with the electrolyte solution.
The Web contains multiple references to E-Lyte Sport electrolyte replacement drink, which promises an end to cramping.
Researchers the Nagoya Institute of Technology have developed an electrolyte membrane for fuel cell batteries from a glass-based material that would substantially cut the production cost of such batteries, Toshihiro Kasuga, an assistant professor of the institute, said Thursday.