According to the report, last April, the Japanese authorities tried to instil greater market confidence by lowering the maximum permitted concentration of radioactivity in fish and fish products from 500 becquerels per kilogram of wet weight to 100 Bq/kg wet.
What does WW stand for?
WW stands for Wet Weight
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In April, Japanese regulators tightened regulations on the amount of radioactive cesium isotopes that could be found in seafood, lowering the limit from 500 becquerels per kilogram in wet weight to 100.
The wet weight of the sputum was calculated using a two decimal digital scale and subtracting the weight of the trap and the saline from the total weight of the trap and its contents.
Using Spearman's correlation coefficient, a reverse relationship was found between plaque wet weight and F concentration in natural plaque biofilms (p<0.
Eggs were blotted for 15 sec on a paper towel, and wet weight of the entire clutch was recorded.
After 12 weeks, the animals were sacrificed under anesthesia and the wet weight of the uterus was determined.
It also gets a 23-litre fuel tank lending further credibility to its touring credentials, a wet weight (including oil and fuel) of 261kg, and a seat height adjustable from 870mm to 845mm - a huge relief for shorties like me.