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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Granules India produces finished dosages, pharmaceutical formulation intermediates and active pharmaceutical ingredients.
The proposed new dosage form would provide patients and their caregivers with the option of opening a packet containing small, compact granules and sprinkling on certain foods and juice (or administering through a feeding tube).
During the reporting period, the concentrated TCM granules business recorded satisfactory results, with revenue posted rapid growth of 21.9% to approximately RMB2,054,739,000 from RMB1,685,305,000 for the same period of last year.
3M Smog-reducing granules harness the power of the sun to turn roofing shingles into a pollution-fighting surface.
The size, density, porosity, strength, and compressibility of granules will all be controlled by these factors, along with flow properties, moisture content and degradation.
The scientists also applied polymer solution theory to predict the evolution of an average granule size of starch at different heating rates in terms of its molecular weight, second virial coefficient and granule elasticity.
Compared with small-sized bone graft granules, bulk graft bone granules have advantages in forming fiber joint and callus joint due to abundant bone trabecula structure with continuity and completeness.
Tegument covered with abundant translucent setae and granules similar to those on carapace; granules become larger and more conspicuous distally; depressions and cuticular pits absent.
Barg et al., "Fast insulin secretion reflects exocytosis of docked granules in mouse pancreatic beta-cells," Pflugers Archiv, vol.
Studies of different fractions of potato starches of different sorts have shown a general rule for amylose contents: the highest amylose concentration was found in the fraction with high molecular granules, while the lower one was found in the fraction with medium molecular granules, and the lowest one is one with low molecular granules [8].
Recently, we found that PE wax could form micron-sized ellipsoidal granule composed of multilamellae from a concentrated solution by controlling a cooling rate [33].
The electron dense secretory granules of varying density were distinct with inner homogeneous content in late age groups and their number increased during mid and late foetal age groups (Figs.