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HAP

[hap or ¦āch¦ā′pē]
(engineering)
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Each decision that Hap makes seems to result in greater strangeness and hilarity; it's impossible to predict what will happen from one page to the next.
HAP secured financing from G4 Capital Partners in the amount of $32 million.
The Ce-doped HAP powder sieved by 200 mesh sieves was added into the PVP and the suspension was stirred for 12h till the solution was well mixed.
KEY WORDS: Hospital acquired pneumonia, Causative agents, Intensive care unit, Prevalence, HAP.
The 1995 Aerospace NESHAP included specific numerical emission limits for organic HAP emissions from primer, topcoat, chemical milling maskant application operations, and chemical depainting operations; equipment and filter efficiency requirements for dry media blasting depainting operations and spray-applied coating operations; composition requirements and equipment standards for cleaning operations; and work practice standards for waste handling and storage operations.
Briefly, designated molar concentration of DHP precursor was added drop-wise (~10 ml/min) into CNT precursor and formed HAP sol having Ca/P molar ratio of 1.
This study provides a better insight into the remineralization and demineralization of enamel and HAP and the changes that take place in the chemical structure after and during the processes.
Earlier this month, HealthPlus of Michigan and Health Alliance Plan closed a deal to merge HealthPlus into HAP operations.
La IARC (IARC, 2015) ha clasificado un unico HAP, el benzo[a]pireno, como carcinogeno para el ser humano (grupo 1), tres como probables carcinogenos para humanos (grupo 2A) y diez como posibles carcinogenos para humanos (grupo 2B).
President HAP said that our artisans had extra-ordinary qualities, knowledge and skill of traditional crafts but they were not getting appropriate reward of their labour and keeping in view the miseries of craftsmen, it is imperative that they should be honoured with handsome return of their superior work.
Haps are similar to quilts and were once commonly made and used by the folks who lived in the Pennsylvania mountains.