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cu in.

Abbr. for “cubic inch.”
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Comparison among the in vitro solubility of Cu in these two products was conducted in the previous experiments (Pang and Applegate, 2006; 2007).
This can also occur in sandy textured soils with a low organic matter (OM) content due to the low amounts of Cu in the parent material (Loneragan et al.
However, the addition of more Cu in sample preparation materials for Cu/SBA-15 (1:10) resulted in the formation of CuO on the surface, this shows the limitation of substitution and formation of CuO.
Therefore, the mass fraction of Cu in the nanocomposites also influences photocatalytic activity.
Thus, the effect over time of increased [] on [] will likely be insufficient to move any CU in the sample from being dominated by borrowers to be dominated by savers and vice-versa.
Injection capacity: 2.3 to 29.1 oz, rates to 70.39 cu in./sec
The total Cu concentration of the study soil was low (1.9mg/kg) and may be attributed to the very low abundance of Cu in quartz minerals.
The maximum solubility of Cu in a typical gray iron composition has been listed as 3.5%, however, few observers worked at this level.
Although the presence of Cu in plant tissue is necessary, an excess may be harmful.
Previous works mainly focused on the influence of Cu doping on the microstructure and hardness, but the chemical status of Cu in the coatings, the tribological properties, and toughness of the coatings can be a topic of further investigations.