polygen


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polygen

[′päl·i·jən]
(chemistry)
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The raw pectoral and thigh muscles were grounded in a meat grinder, homogenized, and 0.5 g of the material was taken and mixed with 2 ml of 10% TCA (trichloroacetic acid) and the suspension was centrifuged for 10 min at 4000 g (Sigma 3K30 Polygen).
Called Volta, the device was designed by UK firm Polygen and will continue tests at the FaBTest wave energy site in Falmouth Bay over the coming year.
The PolyGen System is being designed to provide a near zero waste energy alternative for the cannabis industry, which currently relies heavily on local energy providers for its energy intensive growing needs.
Instead of traditional methods, which try to compute all the vertices of projection polygen and calculate the polygen area, a recently developed Monte-Carlo ray-tracing method (Chan and Tzempelikos 2012) that uses a large amount of rays to represent the direct solar radiation flux can be applied (also for cases with complex window systems with specular shading devices, such as blinds and light shelves).
He launched MicroChem Technologies and Polygen, two computational chemistry companies.
One of the reasons why the DOE picked us is, we're a "polygen" plant, meaning we make multiple products.