chemically pure


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chemically pure

[′kem·ik·lē ′pyu̇r]
(chemistry)
Without impurities detectable by analysis. Abbreviated cp.
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Delivery of dialysis solutions (three types of concentrates for acetate hemodialysis and five types of concentrates for bicarbonate hemodialysis) and chemically pure salt for regeneration vodoochistvashta system for the needs of the hemodialysis ward at University Hospital "St.
will help manufacturers produce selectively chiral lactic acid and lactate ester isomers to be used for the synthesis of stereo chemically pure pharmaceutical or agrochemical active ingredients".
Contract notice: Supply of dialysis solutions and chemically pure salt for regeneration vodoochistvashta system needs of" Hospital "Sv.
Nanocrystalline powders typically have a mean particle size less than 100 nm, are non-porous, discrete single crystals, have defined surface chemistry, and are chemically pure.
The ability to provide precision part performance in fully dense and chemically pure metals establishes the ProX series as the must-have benchmark in tire manufacturing.
In the fuel cell, a chemical reaction takes place between hydrogen and oxygen, in which electrical energy and heat are released and chemically pure water is produced.
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Magiera served as Principal Analytical Scientist at Sepracor supporting analytical drug development for chemically pure active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) and finished product formulations.
The new, patent-protected polymers are chemically pure structures and are made of safe, non-toxic materials that can be manufactured inexpensively on a commercial scale.
Felix Hoffmann synthesized acetylsalicylic acid in a chemically pure and stable form in 1897.
Its exhaust releases chemically pure water vapor into the air and nothing else -- not even carbon dioxide.

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