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egg·shell

(eg'shel),
The calcareous envelope of a bird's egg.

eggshell

(ĕg′shĕl′)
n.
The thin, often brittle exterior covering of the egg of a bird or reptile.
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Samples of eggshell were chosen to investigate thickness layer eggshell (measure effective thickness).
With mass spectrometry, Wiemann detected preserved pigments in different layers of the dinosaur's eggshells.
Not only did the eggshell powder with Vitamin D3 improve bone density, it also significantly increased blood calcium levels.
eggshell thickness pre- and post-DDT) and the importance of carefully curated museum specimens.
Chicken eggshells are made up of 95 percent calcium carbonate by weight and the rest is organic material.
CaO from eggshell is expected to be a catalyst for bio-oil production as it can reduce oxygen content, which is an unnecessary compound in the production of bio-oil via catalytic pyrolysis.
2+] on the eggshell was investigated as a function of temperature, pH, contact time, initial [Cu.
Many eggshell and satin paints have become much better at standing up to scrubbing, according to Consumer Reports' latest tests.
Some of the eggshells, which belonged to two Jurassic-Era theropods, or a group of carnivorous dinosaurs, once harbored embryos of Torvosaurus, the largest predator of its day.
The improved Evershield premium exterior flat, velvet and eggshell paint will be available in Dunn-Edwards' stores in August, and new product availability will vary from store to store.
One such shade is eggshell or duck egg blue, which is having a bit of a moment ever since Rachel McAdams sashayed down the cream carpet premiere for her latest film The Vow in a stunning duck egg blue Vivienne Westwood dress.
Natural eggshell membrane (NEM) is an alternative choice for supporting joint health.