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25 mm thickness four extruders would produce melt streams of the PP outer material, or skin; the same PP skin material, but incorporating an active component such as an oxygen scavenger; an adhesive or "tie" layer material; and a barrier polymer such as EVOH.
In FY 2008, eight active component (AC) units and five reserve component (RC) units will undergo pilot reset; in FY 2009, the numbers are 13 AC and six RC units.
Researchers report that previous scientific studies already demonstrated that black cohosh may have anti-cancer activity, but they point out that the precise mechanism and nature of the active components are not yet known.
Negative statements by Active component TSC personnel directed toward Reserve component personnel can lead the Reserve component personnel to question their loyalty to the TSC and to seek other challenges.
In one aspect, an operational active component squadron can be viewed much like a factory.
Toxic smoke While the study's authors said they had been surprised to discover ``an explosion of new scientific knowledge about how the active components of marijuana affect the body,'' they added pointedly that the future of marijuana as a medicine does not lie in smoking it.
is China's largest active component manufacturer and has had a solid history of continued growth and profitability since its founding in 1993.
Army Guard-Reserve soldiers are career-managed just as their Active Component counterparts are, said Daugherty.