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end product

[′end ‚prä·dəkt]
(physics)
The final product of a chemical or nuclear reaction or process.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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She says this kind of local landscaping application is one of the most promising secondary applications because it requires minimal additional processing and the price of the end product is comparable to what container manufacturers pay.
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Moreover, the end product that is recovered from the waste in the treatment plant is quality oriented bio composes which can be used as manure by farmers.
Performance and computational speed: how well the motion control implementation supports the end product's requirements for performance and computational speed.
Advanced glycation end products constitute a complex group of compounds derived from the nonenzymatic glycation of proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids formed endogenously, but also from exogenous supplies such as tobacco smoking (glycotoxins).
It talks about how desirable the end product is--its comfort, performance, handling and fuel economy.
The problem is that after a meal, one's blood sugar (whether a person is diabetic or not) spikes and the result is the production of deadly byproducts called advanced glycation end products (AGEs).
The pre-drying for the most part determines the IV of the end product. The melt viscosity can be monitored with an online viscometer, but the extrusion process cannot be controlled to significantly influence the IV of the end product (unless IV enhancing additives are used).
ELISA kit (OxiSelect[TM] Advanced Glycation End Product (AGE) ELISA Kit, Cell Biolabs, Inc, USA) according to the manufacturer's protocol.
This not only yields a potential cost saving for customers OF more than 30 cents per kg of end product. Because this creamer uses fewer raw materials and there are savings on packaging materials, transport, water and energy consumption, the CO footprint can also be reduced by 12 per cent.
A power-down mode effectively turns off the auxiliary power supply when the end product is idle.
Due to high prices of end product, Pakistan value-added textile export did not seem competitive in Europe as well United States, resultantly export of garments is likely to come down from $3.2 billion to $3 billion during 2010-11.