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biproduct

by-product.
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The process of doing this creates a biproduct that can be used in dry wall boards.
2] as a biproduct, it is perhaps odd that more has not been done to accept its inevitability and make use of its potential as an industrial chemical.
In this process, carbon dioxide that is produced as a biproduct of oxygen metabolism in the cells, enters the blood stream and dissolves in the plasma of the red blood cells, it forms carbonic acid.
Emissions are zero, with pure water the only biproduct of the drive system.
A new product line of pin and screw fixation systems will be the biproduct of the partnership between Tornier and Bioretec.
While Americans continue to struggle to grasp the horrors that were inflicted on their culture on September 11, 2001, it will be shame to see that a biproduct of the recovery process is prejudice towards persons of Middle Eastern descent whom are in everyway just as American as the rest of the country.
are often not a biproduct of direct management action but rather a naturally occurring process.
It's a huge goal, although I have to make sure it's a biproduct of other things," Casey said.
However, there was also some fanciful thinking that, for example, gossamer was the biproduct of evapotranspiration at harvest time or related to the vapors of the earth (Bechstein 1799).
An illiterate, desensitized citizenry is a biproduct of a doctrinal system opposed to the disciplines of adjudication.
The origin of this burned material is not known, but the fact that the material was found in very small bits throughout Fissure 1 indicates that the matrix did not originate as a biproduct of human fires.