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Eggshell

An obsolete Irish unit of volume approximately equivalent to 55 milliliters.
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Calcium levels of egg shell were significantly decreased (p<0.05) by the replacement of lime stone with mussel shell in both ratios (Table 5).
In Table IV water conductivity of egg shells during incubation was presented.
Key Words: Chicken Egg Shell Powder (CESP) solution, Enamel Demineralization, Energy Dispersive X - Ray Spectroscopy (EDX).
Ahsan, Synthesis of Ca-hydroxyapatite Bioceramic from Egg Shell and its Characterization.
Stubbs, whose side have won three in a row with clean sheets, said: "We were playing catch-up because of injuries early on and treading on egg shells, having to hold back in training.
In this section the results of the optical coherence tomography of the egg shells are presented.
Joshua set the egg shells on the counter and tailed her across the kitchen to a window that overlooked the back yard.
Out of 34.12% occurrence of Salmonella in egg shells and 12.69% in egg contents, the incidence of the pathogen was 29.36 and 38.88 % in egg shells and 10.31 and 15.07 % in egg contents of eggs collected from poultry farms and market outlets, respectively.
There's no painting egg shells with pastel colors nor chocolate covered Easter eggs here; it's actually a term used for a timestamp on downloading an application from the Mac App Store.
A novel route is reported to prepare Hydroxyapatite powder (HAp) from egg shells. Eggshells were used as calcium precursor containing 94-97 % CaCO3.
The Big C Channel 4, 11.05pm People walk on egg shells at the mere mention of cancer, so when telly bosses announced their plans to make a comedy drama about a woman with the illness, everybody drew a deep breath.
With egg shells, there is always debate about the condition of your soil.