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dissolution

A termination,as of an agreement,contract,corporation,or partnership.

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However, there are two problems to be solved for this two-step dissolving process.
In the study, one group of mice received the influenza vaccine using traditional hypodermic needles injecting into muscle; another group received the vaccine through dissolving microneedles applied to the skin, while a control group had microneedle patches containing no vaccine applied to their skin.
With a suitable conveying system, one granulator at floor level can feed several dissolving tanks or storage vessels.
In early 2011, as the demand for dissolving pulp is increasing and the price is soaring, some dissolving pulp producers plan to expand their capacity, and have shown a preference for China in their deployment of new capacity in view of the high textile industry concentration in China and the stringent environmental policies in other countries.
Once Listerine Whitening Quick Dissolving Strips dissolve, what is left is a clean mint taste, fresher breath and, after two weeks of use, a noticeably whiter smile, the supplier says.
World Water Works found that the existing air dissolving technology, the Poseipump, was extremely inefficient, noisy and a major maintenance item associated with the DAFs.
Fluorinated acrylate polymers are an exception, dissolving well in carbon dioxide.
Using a novel microcatheter that is threaded via a leg artery into a stroke patient's brain, a small ultrasonic transmitter at the catheter tip bathes the offending blood clot with low energy ultrasound while simultaneously infusing clot dissolving drug.
In the water-in-CO2 microemulsions, the micelles function as tiny chambers for dissolving molecules.
By dissolving blood clots in the coronary arteries, all three drugs restore blood flow to the oxygen-starved heart tissue.
But even professional chemists have difficulty accounting for why nonpolar liquids outdo water in dissolving electrically neutral gas molecules such as methane.
SonoLysis, a unique clot dissolving treatment, uses ultrasound to cavitate gas-filled nanobubbles (smaller than one micron in size) to dissolve clots.