The examination included microscopic analysis of both fecal specimens and rectal swab by means of 5 different methods: direct smear in isotonic NaCl solution and in Lugol's solution, Faust's flotation procedures, decantation
procedures and Graham's cellophane adhesive.
Separation of solids in suspension Separation of solids in suspension is carried out by decantation
in several phases.
thickeners are used to dewater the concentrate to a slurry, which is pipelined 17.
The storage tank receives the decanter overflow turpentine stream in the top and the water underflow stream in the bottom for secondary decantation
and to ensure the tank is always hydraulically full.
A second decantation
is then carried out very carefully.
c) the distillation and decantation
systems may be improperly designed or undersized.
Coolant is sucked out of a machine and put in one of three 2,000-gallon decantation
Plant 1 has sand and charcoal filters and treats water by flocculation, decantation
, filtration, and chloramination; plant 2 has only sand filters and employs flocculation, decantation
, filtration, oxidation of iron, and chloramination.
Separation of bound from unbound tracer was by magnetic separation and decantation
of the supernatant.
The turnkey centrifuge operating system can be entirely cart mounted for small laboratory environments where portable equipment can perform both as filtration and decantation
Pour d'autres, la decantation
est arrivee a terme qui se sentent en mesure de (re)jouer le trauma initial.
In Dancing at Lughnasa, Jack, a lapsed priest presents the enigma of a decantation
into an anthropological vocation (for reasons that are unclear bar that he went native) where he speaks with sacral appreciation of pagan rituals and ceremonies.