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Supply of fuel (diesel fuel and heating fuel), unleaded petrol (95ron), and types of lubricants (oils, grease, brake fluid, deionized water, antifreeze, fuel enhancer technology petrelaiokinititron euro IV (AD-BLUE))
The scientists from Belgium, who gathered 605 hairs from six different children with a single nit attached to each one of them, found that nits on the hairs that were left completely untreated were the most difficult to remove, while hair strands soaked in deionized water were much easier to remove.
Then they treated each sponge in one of five ways: 1) soaked it for 3 minutes in a 10 percent chlorine bleach solution, 2) soaked it in lemon juice or deionized water for 1 minute, 3) heated it in a microwave for 1 minute, 4) placed it in a dishwasher operating with a drying cycle, or 5) left it untreated.
A physiologist had reported that flow rate jumped in a stem when he ran out of deionized water and substituted tap water.
Dilutions, when required, were carried out with deionized water in accordance with both manufacturers' instructions.
Baker) was recrystallized twice from deionized water.
It was applied undiluted and diluted with deionized water to ten and five weight percent solids for this study.
of modern office and laboratory space; central plant features redundant systems including redundant boilers, chillers and air compressors; two 12' x 12' dock-high doors, one with levelers; and nine 12' x 12' grade-level doors; deionized dual water filtration system; wastewater treatment; security system featuring key-card access and thirteen remote cameras; and parking for 116 vehicles (expandable).