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sparger

[′spär·jər]
(chemical engineering)
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Bigger bubble sizes are noted for PW05004 as higher gas flow rates through the sparger could result in an increasing diameter.
Stahl, "William Sparger: Enigmatic Pioneer of the American Reform Cantorate," American Jewish Archives Journal 63, no.
The influent air was passed in the medium through hydrophobic membrane filter (Whatman USA, 0.22[micro]) through air sparger. This complete unit was autoclaved at 120[degrees] C and 15 lbs.
The system (patent pending) is comprised of a KLS Helical Separator, high pressure injection pump, inlet liquid sparger system, waste collection tank (waste collection tank must be pre-loaded with injection liquid of customer's choice), duplex side stream filter system.
Winekeeper offers systems with a sparger, a wand that can be inserted into an open bottle and fill it with nitrogen.
(20.) Pedersen NC, Torten M, Rideout B, Sparger E, Tonachini T, Luciw PA, et al.
Kathy Sparger, MSN, RN, and Pat Collins, MSN, RN, AOCN, of South Miami Hospital, Miami, FL, described a notably different approach to information gathering and writing.
Kathy Sparger, MSN, RN, of South Miami Hospital in Miami, FL, described their celebration upon earning their Magnet status.
Helpful comments and suggestions from Andreas Hornstein, Jennifer Sparger, Alex Wolman, and Roy Webb are gratefully acknowledged.
aeruginosa culture material were ozonated with different concentrations for 9 min of contact time ([O.sub.3] on) and 60 rain of reaction time ([O.sub.3] off) in a 3.2-L batch reaction vessel equipped with a fritted glass sparger. Culture and extract were diluted in artificial lake water (625 mg/L NaCl, 962 mg/L NaHC[O.sub.3], 30 mg/L KCl, 20 mg/L Ca[Cl.sub.2] * 2[H.sub.2]O, 60 mg/L CaS[O.sub.4] 2[H.sub.2]O, 154 mg/L MgS[O.sub.4] * 7 [H.sub.2]O), ozonated at constant pH (8.0) and constant temperature (6-8[degrees]C).