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fil·ter pa·per

paper used in pharmacy and chemistry to filter solutions; many varieties are used for paper chromatography.

filter paper

A porous, unglazed paper used for filtration of solids from liquids or gases. It is manufactured in different pore sizes so as to retain different sized particles.
See also: paper

fil·ter pa·per

(filtĕr pāpĕr)
Paper used in pharmacy and chemistry to filter solutions.
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FTA Gene Guard system was obtained from Life Technologies (Rockville, Md) and included both filter paper (FTA card) and reagents for the extraction of DNA from the cells trapped on the filter paper.
Cryosections (20 [micro]m) were collected onto a filter paper (903-paper[R], Whatman) and dried 2 h at room temperature.
Before handling filter paper, and between handling filter paper with unmanipulated cues and experimentally-manipulated cues, we cleaned our hands by washing them with soap and water and then sterilizing them with alcohol.
Therefore, filter paper made from the imprinted fibers should leave unaltered the essential mix of the coffee's flavor compounds.
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The worldwide demand for beverage filter paper is strong," added Martin Rapp, Vice President & General Manager, for Glatfelter's Composite Fibers Business Unit.
The remaining dried filter paper and fine metal particles are converted into energy.
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2) Filter paper should be entirely saturated with blood.