19) De la magie du paysage a la projection d'une image, qui se sedimente dans la memoire: "incantation de l'image, decantation
du texte" (L'Espace, 178), observe l'auteur.
8) La barranque est un bassin de decantation
des boues issues de l'activite du chantier d'orpaillage.
preparation of decantation
procedures in distilled water
It then undergoes a second decantation
in the dual decantation
reservoirs and the process continues via the oil skimmer, filtration and cooling, with cooling towers calculated to withstand a temperature variation of 15 degrees centigrade (45[degrees]C inflow and 30[degrees]C outflow).
As a precautionary measure a series of automatic-cleaning filters are used, in case any particles are still present after the decantation
The as-received material was purified by careful aqueous dispersion and decantation
The beads so prepared were collected by decantation
, washed with distilled water and dried for 6 hours, at room temperature, in sunlight and 10 hours in hot air oven at 40[degrees]C temperature.
We used a standard decantation
method for which the supernatant with organisms was decanted and observed under a microscope at 20x.
After removal of the lysing solution by centrifugation for 5 min at 200g and decantation
of the supernatant, another washing step with PBS supplemented with heat-inactivated fetal calf serum and sodium azide was performed.
According to the results (Table 1), both samples had relatively high amount of sediments that were not properly removed by decantation
: Once dry the compost is passed through a sieve, where the decantation
process eliminates paper remains, plastic, etc.
Once this decantation
has been completed, I discover scenes so full of precise detail that I sometimes wonder if the very vividness of these memories isn't a sign of the great void my father's death left in me, as if, since then, nothing of equal significance had occurred to leave a lasting impression.