residuum


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residuum

[rə′zij·ə·wəm]
(materials)
(chemical engineering)
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US refiners have built a side business buying residuum at a discount from other refiners and reprocessing it into more valuable products and saleable coke.
The toe marker was positioned on the dorsum of the foot immediately proximal to the end of the residuum and two additional markers were located on the medial and lateral sides of the shoe also proximal to the end of the residuum.
If no existing genre accommodates this text, perhaps it belongs to the undefinable category of "unclassified residuum," which is, according to William James, "the great field of new discoveries.
If capping,, were the mechanism, many capped molecules would remain in the residuum and the rate of residuum conversion would decrease in the presence of hydrogen.
Holt began conceptualizing The Problem of Freedom in the 1980s, the era of Reaganism and the new conservatism - the old liberalism - and discovered that the readiness with which its practitioners were willing to discard peoples and nations unable to "make it" in the modern world was reminiscent of the creation of another residuum, a century or so earlier.
After shedding several kilometers of methane, the surface of Charon would be expected to resemble a global "moraine,' with the residuum composed of (cosmically abundant) water-ice and a "slag' of darker carbonaceous or silicaceous impurities or both.
VCC technology is a hydrogen addition technology suitable for processing refinery residuum, coal tar and coal oil mixtures into high-quality distillates or synthetic crude oil in the refining, upstream field upgrading and coal-to-liquids (CTL).
In short, the mats carry the residuum of simply working as an artist.
As of 2008, about 100 individuals with amputation have had abutments for attaching leg prostheses implanted in their residuum [1].
We haven't had a lot of annuities to date, but the ones that we have, have returned very well," Barr said, with some residuum running more than 50 percent.
The values of the theoretical and experimental answers and residuum No.