Melting

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Melting

Slang; a situation in which a trader suffers such large losses (usually in a short period of time) that he/she can no longer continue to trade on the market.
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Electronic data logging creates a record of each step in the thawing process and enables sources of variation to be identified quickly.
Large-volume cell thawing is particularly challenging because considerations must be given to osmotic imbalances, thermal gradients and varying intra-vessel phase states.
In addition, although there was no significant difference, freezing/ thawing and further aging (F2A3) resulted in a lower shear force than aging prior to freezing/thawing (A3F2).
To stabilize the ratio of the thaw deformation to the height of the soil body before freeze thawing, namely:
Consequently, the frost damage caused by the freezing and thawing expansion stress is subsequently decreased, and the frost resistance is improved.
The concentrations of iron or other potentially damaging metal ions and their concomitant free radicals can locally spike in trapped aqueous pockets during the freezing and thawing process, exposing nearby nucleic acid strands to damage.
As temperatures warm, the boundary between intact and thawing permafrost is marching northward.
With the company's comprehensive approach in developing high quality, easy to use PLX cell therapy candidate products, the instrument ensures the uniform thawing of PLX cells across all doses.
The investigators defined the dough's freezing and thawing processes by the Fourier equation.
Therefore, if methods can be altered in such a way as to protect the blastomeres from damage during cryopreservation/ thawing, the patient should have an improved chance for implantation with the thawed embryos.
Pep Canadell, Executive Director of the Global Carbon Project at CSIRO, Australia, and co-author of the study, the existence of these super-sized deposits of frozen carbon means that any thawing of permafrost due to global warming may lead to significant emissions of the greenhouse gases carbon dioxide and methane.