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aqueous

1. of, like, or containing water
2. dissolved in water
3. (of rocks, deposits, etc.) formed from material laid down in water

aqueous

[′āk·wē·əs]
(science and technology)
Relating to or made with water.
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3B, it can be observed that the suspensions with different diluent contents follow a shear thinning behavior as the shear rate increases, corresponding to a typical rheological feature of aqueous suspension containing solid particles under steady shear [21].
From an applied standpoint, entomopathogenic nematodes are usually applied in aqueous suspension through a variety of agricultural spray equipment or irrigation systems.
However, its highly stable aqueous suspensions (opaque with a milky aspect) may cause problems when discharged into the environment, due to their notable ability to scatter light, and should therefore be removed from the suspension.
We transferred the collected nPM into aqueous suspension by 30 min soaking of nPM-loaded filters in Milli-Q deionized water (resistivity, 18.
We were able to make stable aqueous suspensions from nanometric black carbon and also mixtures of black carbon and silicon carbide with the highest solid material percentage," Zahra Salehpour, one of the researchers told INIC.
The starting material was a montmorillonite-type clay from Valle del Cauca (Colombia) and commercialized by Bentocol Company (Colombia), previously separated by sedimentation in aqueous suspension to obtain the <2[micro]m particle size fraction and then homoionized with a 1 N NaCl solution.
PartySmart powder was administered as an oral aqueous suspension in the dose of 2000 mg/kg b.
In the trials conducted at DeMontfort University the ceramic slurry was made from a mixture of mono-modal alumina powder with a sub-micron particle size (CT3000SG, Almatis, Germany) and a sol made up of an aqueous suspension of colloidal silica, a dispersant and glycerol.
In SPA, the sample particles, typically in aqueous suspension, are first applied to a TEM sample grid and then vitrified--rapidly frozen in amorphous, vitreous ice.