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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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A centrifuge conical tube containing 50 ml of deionized water was inserted into the ceramic powder for 48 hours or other specified durations at room temperature.
Yet, there is little difference in [A.sub.635] between the tap water and the deionized water cases, meaning that the total phenol content is marginally affected by the choice of water sources.
Figures 3(a)-3(e) are images of the SAP hydrogel surface micromorphology after 10, 40, 70,100, and 150 min of swelling in deionized water, respectively.
Inside the containers, 2 plastic holders (5 cm long) filled with deionized water in plastic holders were attached along the inner wall on opposite sides of the cages.
In this study, "doping" flotation tests using deionized water and electrokinetic studies were carried out to further investigate the effect of illite clays on bitumen recovery.
Water was collected from three sources in Townsville, North Queensland: deionized water, tap water collected from the chlorinated reticulated supply, and lake water from a 1-hectare lake in the suburb of Hyde Park.
Lytron's stainless steel heat exchangers are used with deionized water and other corrosive liquids that react with copper.
(3) Slides containing tissue sections were incubated for 10 minutes at room temperature in an incubating medium of 20 ml of 0.84 mmol ATPase, 20 ml of 80 mmol Tris-maleate buffer (p14: 7.2), 3 ml of 2% Pb(N[O.sub.3]) 2, 5 ml of 0.1 mol/L Mg(N[O.sub.3])2, and 2 ml of deionized water. After 10 minutes, the slides were dipped twice in deionized water, developed in 1% yellow ammonium sulfide for 1 minute, and then dipped twice again in deionized water.
Popular applications include deionized water, high purity chemicals and clean-in-place systems.
A physiologist had reported that flow rate jumped in a stem when he ran out of deionized water and substituted tap water.
Dilutions, when required, were carried out with deionized water in accordance with both manufacturers' instructions.