surface deposit

surface deposit

[′sər·fəs di‚päz·ət]
(geology)
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59) Hence, contact lens cleaning (rub and rinse) and disinfection is strongly advised to minimise surface deposit build-up in reusable lenses, whilst the addition of enzymatic treatment once or twice weekly might also be necessary.
Sample surface was moved from the focal point due to thickening of the galvanic deposit and by the differential electromagnetic sensor and by the adjustment chain it automatically commanded the actuator to remove slowly the optical probe deposition At one time, this displacement is equal to the new thickness of the layer and is characterized by maximum intensity value I of reflected radiation from sample which means that galvanic surface deposit is found in the focal point and it initiated automatically measurement of gloss which takes place in optimal conditions and the value of the derivative is again zero.
The feeding of Corophium volutator was first studied by Hart (1930), who stated that the species is primarily a surface deposit feeder.
4 M3 and A Surface Deposit of 11 847 Ha Itself and Includes for This Contract, the Following Facilities: - the First Cell of the Landfill with A Capacity of 450,449.
The amount of surface deposit can be used as a reference for future comparisons and making decisions about coating allowance in tooling design.
After a minor amount of corrosion to establish this passive surface deposit, the corrosion resistance of the metal is greatly enhanced.
For example, the radar-bright surface deposit that broadens away from the south side appears to have been created by erupted debris.
Gold concentrations and widths encountered to date are indicative of a sizable near surface deposit with potential for exploitation by open pit mining and low cost dump or heap leach extraction of gold.

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