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gas transfer

The movement of respiratory gases (carbon dioxide, nitrogen, or oxygen) from the alveoli of the lung to the pulmonary capillaries or from the pulmonary capillaries to the alveoli.
See also: transfer
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The following map indicates the main paths of gas transfer to Turkey.
It is to note that the Water and Energy Ministry has stated earlier that Finance Minister Rayya Hassan balked in the amount due for Egyptian Gas Holding Company (EGAS) regarding the price of Gas transfer from Egypt.
Officially the reason for the cut in gas transfer was due to technical difficulties, but naturally everyone knows about the explosion at the pipeline in
Officially the reason for the cut in gas transfer was said to be due to technical difficulties, but naturally everyone knows about the explosion at the pipeline in Turkey," Valiollah Dini, an oil ministry official, was quoted as saying.
5 million metres of flexible hose every year for use in the aerospace, automotive, marine, refrigeration, gas transfer, hot metal process, petrochemical, power generation, cryogenic and other general industrial applications.
The actual measurement of diffusion is an estimation of the total resistance to gas transfer.
He said the overpowering odor was quickly found to be coming from a leak at a gas transfer station, which is located very close to the school on Rocky Hill Road.
Each bioreactor comes with a screw cap with five holes to allow for optimised gas transfer.
According to the company, the process produces parts with glass-like properties, providing a barrier against gas transfer and preventing chemical reaction between fluids and the plastic parts.
It involves the supply and installation of a new booster compressor station and related gas transfer lines; debottlenecking of AGD to increase its capacity to 407 MCF/d and the replacement of a lean gas pipeline from the manifold at the Bab field to AGD-I/II.