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geon

[′jē‚än]
(physics)
A hypothetical electromagnetic field that is held together by its own gravitational attraction.
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Through adopting leading edge technologies, streamlining operations and engaging the best people, GEON delivers to our customers, holistic and innovative communication solutions.
According to PolyOne, its high impact Geon formulation increased durability of the M-100 water purification system to facilitate air-drop deliveries into remote areas in distress or recovering from natural disasters, meeting NSF potable water, UV and chemical resistance requirements.
The final competition of the series was won by Bo Hyun Geon and Sang Hyo Nam with an impressive net 25 in the better ball stableford format.
Cleveland, has launched the Geon FIT (Formulation Improvement Tool) family of homopolymer resins for across-the-board use in plastisol applications of 3 to 4 mils (75 to 100 microns) or greater thickness.
Anna Kashfi, who attended Cardiff's St Joseph's Convent School, alleges that Donna Geon, the ex-girlfriend of her and Brando's late son Christian Brando, is "holding hostage" a portion of Marlon Brando's remains.
Lead researcher Geon Woo Kim of the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, in Korea has developed a specification for security policy on home networks that can guarantee reliability and availability.
The three engineered materials plant closings will be included as part of the acquisition purchase accounting related to the consolidation of Geon and M.
The Australian Ballet's Geon van der Wyst has joined The National Ballet of Canada as a principal dancer.
Owens Corning, Toledo, OH, and The Geon Company, Cleveland, OH, have formed a joint venture that will market and manufacture material systems based on a unique technology for reinforced thermoplastic polymers.