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filter paper

a porous paper used for filtering liquids

filter paper

[′fil·tər ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
Porous cellulose paper used for filtering, especially for quantitative purposes.
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Another carbon fiber mat was also coated in the same way as done before and placed on coated filter paper in layer form and copper wire was also placed at another extreme edge of polymer matrix coated carbon fiber mat between filter paper and second coated carbon fiber.
Figure 1 shows the FT-IR absorption spectrum of the PPy:PSS composites synthesized in the presence of filter paper. The molecule showed located at five major absorption bands: 1,528, 1,467, 1,285, 1,142, and 1,047 [cm.sup.-1].
Before the filtration process the weight of Alum filter paper are less when compared with the weight of Alum filter paper after the filtration process.
The conditions for the optimal recovery of the samples from the filter paper were standardized.
Whatman Number 3 grade filter paper was purchased from Whatman International, Ltd.
Tear production rate is seen by wetting of strip of filter paper, which is kept in lower conjunctival sac for 5 minutes.
It was not until filter paper became widely used in population-based screening that the routine evaluation of filter paper itself became necessary along with establishing defined performance parameters.
LyseNow[R] Food Pathogen Listeria DNA Extraction Strip Cards feature proprietary lysis buffer impregnated filter paper discs that are assembled between two transparent PET layers and spaced out to align with one row of a 96 well plate format.
Intergroup Comparison of Colored Spots' Number on the Filter Paper. The number of colored spots was 3.9 [+ or -] 0.2 in the SjS group, 4.0 [+ or -] 0.1 in the SSc group, and 3.6 [+ or -] 0.4 in the non-SjS/non-SSc group, with significant differences among the three groups (P < 0.001).
5 and 6) of the proximal zone (13[degrees]43'5.83"N, 89[degrees]9'33.24"W) were obtained by the authors in the laboratory, using pressure plate, centrifuge and filter paper (Fredlund & Rahardjo, 1993; Fredlund, 1997; Rahardjo & Leong, 1997; Bulut & Leong, 2008; Murray & Sivakumar, 2010, Fredlund et al., 2012) to build the Soil Water Retention Curve (SWRC) (Fig.
Though many teabag producers have historically favored branding on the tag rather than paper, filter paper branding is gaining momentum among tea brand owners.
Filter paper medium accumulated higher concentration (10-49 mg Cd kg-1) in wheat tissues compared to soil medium (3-29 mg Cd kg-1).