backflash

backflash

[′bak‚flash]
(chemistry)
Rapid combustion of a material occurring in an area that the reaction was not intended for.
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Following a huge backflash from fans and artists alike after the shambolic awards this year, MTC has announced changes to the Namibian Annual Music Awards.
A double gooseneck inlet liner was used, and splitless injection volumes were limited to 0.5 [micro]L to minimize water backflash. Column flow rate was 8.9 mL/min for 36 seconds, was decreased to 4.4 mL/min for 20 minutes, and then was increased to 8.8 mL/min until the column was clean.
Vents with spark arrestors release dangerous vapors and prevent backflash into the cabinet.
Melissa has also starred in various films including Backflash and Sabrina Down Under.
"Backflash," director, Philip Jones; cast, Robert Patrick, Jennifer Esposito, Melissa Joan Hart.
It is exactly 40 years since Parker made his debut in print, but author Richard Stark has him still going strong in Backflash (Robert Hale, pounds 17.99).
En el segundo trabajo, llamado "Mexicos coming backflash", mas centrado en la politica mexicana plantea tres escenarios, todos negativos, para las proximas elecciones.
In a recent article for the photography magazine Backflash, Coleman also pointed out that Gonzalez Palma's "handwork on the prints echoes the painstaking, reverential craft that goes into the making of icons and other sacred objects."
The explosion isolation valve and the backflash interrupter (BFI) are mechanical isolation systems.
Change 797, 86-47 (1986) (describing backflash experienced by state court judges who appear to oppose death penalty).
"Backflash," producers, Phil Jones, Matthew McCombs; director, Jones; cast, Robert Patrick, Jennifer Esposito, Melissa Joan Hart.