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in situ

In place,on-site,such as EPA provisions for remediation in situ of contaminants rather than a requirement the contaminated soil be excavated and disposed of in an approved facility.To illustrate,the following is a diagram showing the process of chemical oxidation as an in situ solution to contamination.

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In Japan, Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) will reach a market size of US$42.1 Thousand by the close of the analysis period.
However, our study and our data clearly identify that Mohs is being underutilized for melanoma in situ and for rare cutaneous malignancies.
The monoclinic phase is the preferred assignment over tetragonal phase for in situ annealed films because the former gave a better match for all weak reflections in the following ranges of XRD pattern: 25-27[degrees], 30.7-38.7[degrees], and 49-59[degrees] (Figure 3).
Fatigue fracture mechanism of nanomaterials also can be done with in situ tensile loading; Lu et al.
In the numerical simulations, FLAC3D is employed to perform a numerical analysis on the in situ stress distribution characteristics of the rock mass near a hillslope surface, which is subjected to the vertical gravity stress and the horizontal lateral stress.
Preparation of voriconazole loaded in situ gel formulations In situ gels were selected according to pH values and gelling temperatures of formulations.
In order to simulate in situ retorting of oil shale, the following procedures were performed in this study.
Raleigh, North Carolina-based Protochips provides revolutionary products and technology for in situ microscopy, with nearly 100 platforms utilized worldwide and an expanding international distribution network.
Although the majority of breast cancers are diagnosed as invasive breast cancers, a different grouping of breast cancer includes stage 0 or the carcinomas in situ. According to the American Cancer Society (ACS) (2013a), "an estimated 232,340 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed among women in the United States in 2013" (p.
In order to address these two deficiencies in the coral biology field, specimens of the Indo-Pacific reef-building coral Seriatopora hystrix were collected from two reefs nearby Taiwan's National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium (NMMBA), and their physiology was assessed both in situ and after a previously published experiment [4] to determine whether this coral demonstrates a similar physiology in the laboratory (i.e., ex situ) as it does in the field (i.e., in situ).
Taking advantage of water solubility of GO [11, 12], in situ polymerization was used to prepare GO/PF nanocomposites to resolve the dispersity of GO in PF matrix.