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splitter

[′splid·ər]
(chemical engineering)
A petroleum-refinery term for a fractionating tower that produces only an overhead and bottom stream.
(systematics)
A taxonomist who divides taxa very finely.
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The devices Boerner, 16:1 multichannel splitter and 4:1 multichannel splitter did not differ from one another at all dilutions analysed (Table 1).
Under the planned regulations, CFC1's transfer of its interest in DE to CFC2 and the subsequent payment of foreign income taxes by CFC2 (through DE) will generally give rise to a splitter arrangement.
The splitter design is made of SS304 grade steel which has a yield stress value of 205 MPa.
In 2014, Ibrahim Al Sulaiti, marketing director of condensate at Qatar International Petroleum Marketing Co, or Tasweeq, said that output of full-range naphtha will double with the start of the splitter.
"I made the splitter's hitch adjustable for height so I can tow the splitter level behind different vehicles," Hollmen says.
Like all log splitters, it requires an attentive operator, but is capable of serious production.
Zhu's team showed that for the first 80 nanoseconds of the light's passage, with the second beam splitter in place, a detector situated at the end of one path measured interference, which is characteristic of a wave.
DataNumen File Splitter also makes it safer and more efficient to download large files from a local network or from an Internet site.
The company also offers a small wall-mount enclosure for a 1-32 splitter for enterprises that require some additional ports after the initial POL installation.
"This is the most important moment of the championship," said Splitter looking ahead to Sunday's grudge match between the two South American neighbors and traditional rivals.
Even Real Madrid gunner Rudy Fernandez concurs that they are facing a dangerous opponent and he takes special mention in stopping point guard Marcelinho Huertas and center Splitter.
ETL Systems' Dextra Splitters and Combiners A new range of web-enabled professional splitters and combiners to cover the L-band frequency range will be available to view at NAB SHOW for the first time.