Granules


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Granules

Crushed rock that is coated with a ceramic coating and fired; used as a top surface on shingles.
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Pleasant fruity scent with enough fine granules to exfoliate without scratching in a cream consistency.
The wet particles coming out of the atomizer were dried by a diffusion dryer, in which particles pass through a wire screen tube surrounded by desiccant granules of silica gel.
This self-flushing, self-washing cat box uses permanent, cat-comfy Washable Granules instead of disposable litter.
Although losing share to liquids and granules in recent years, cubes continue to lead the stocks market, claiming an 83% share.
The new resins--Dowlex 2629 UE and 2631 UE in granules, and Dowlex 2629.
The study was designed to compare the Se release rates of similar-sized individual granules of the 4 Se fertilisers.
Many maize-starch granules displayed surface damage consistent with that produced by grinding with stone implements, such as those found at the site.
Kirin Well-Foods has sold 56,000 packages of the Agaricus mushroom granules since July 2002 and 370,000 packages of Agaricus pills since 1999, the company said.
In-house synthesized and developed bioactive glass coated porous hydroxyapatite granules (BGHA--test material) and porous Hydroxyapatite granules [Ca.
Successful combination of two processes--manufacturing of spherical granules of titanium alloys, solidified at high cooling rates, and hot isostatic pressing (HIP)--made it possible to develop rather promising technology for production of special-purpose parts, mainly for items of aerospace engineering.
Three kinds of granules were identified: high electron-dense granules, low electron-dense granules and medium electron-dense granules based on TEM studies.
Stir in salt and coffee granules until dissolved, then transfer to a medium bowl to cool, 10 minutes.