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GUM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Guam. The code is used for transactions to and from Guamanian bank accounts and for international shipping to Guam. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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The study on microwave-assisted synthesis of modified guar gum is rarely reported.
Buffalo milk was standardized at 1.5% fat and guar gum was added at 0.15%, 0.30%, 0.45% levels with and without cheese milk homogenization.
The dynamic sand-carrying capacity of thickening water (120 mPa x s) and guar gum (120 mPa x s) at different sand ratios was determined at the stirring rate of 100r/min and 70[degrees]C of temperature.
The results showed an increasing trend in dough stability when used the combination of guar gum and DATEM while dough stability time decreased when combination of CMC and MDG emulsifier was used.
Adding 1.2% of Guar gum reduces 43% of the absorbed oil content compared to the control samples, while the reduction for CMC and Xanthan gum was 31% and 23.34% respectively, this may be related to high viscosity resulting from the adhesion of the gum in the plantain, generating a good barrier against oil migration.
With the advent of horizontal drilling and multi-stage fracking, the primary frackers like Halliburton, Schlumberger, Baker Hughes and Calfrac Well Services gradually started buying up guar gum like there was no tomorrow.
It is multipurpose crop grown for fodder, green manure, vegetable as well as for grain purpose but it is mostly grown for grain purpose because its endosperm contain 68-70 per cent galactomannan, which is marketable product in the form of guar gum. This chemical has its application in textile, paper, mining, petroleum, pharmaceutical, explosive and food industries.
Guar Gum: Futures trading in guar gum and guar seed resumed in May 2013.
The team's laboratory experiments yielded a suggested formulation composed of x-DDGs and three other compounds: glycerol, to prevent the litter from forming dust particles when poured or pawed; guar gum, to help the litter clump easily when wet; and a very small amount of copper sulfate, for odor control.
One binder that's commonly used for hydromulch is guar gum, an off-white powder made by grinding beans of the guar plant.
Guar gum and guar seed futures, banned after a sharp 500 per cent rally between 1 October 2011 and 27 March 2012, are due for calmer times.