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impregnation

 [im″preg-na´shun]

im·preg·na·tion

(im'preg-nā'shŭn),
1. The act of making pregnant.
See also: saturation.
2. The process of diffusing or permeating with another substance, as in metallic impregnation of tissue components with silver nitrate or ammoniacal silver.
See also: saturation.

impregnation

/im·preg·na·tion/ (im″preg-na´shun)
2. saturation (1).

impregnation

Chemistry
The saturation of a material with a liquid.

Biology
The union of sperm with an ovum; fertilisation is widely preferred in the working medical parlance.

impregnation

The act or process of making pregnant, fertilizing or inseminating.

impregnation

1. the act of fertilizing or rendering pregnant.
2. saturation.
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The SC of all adsorbents prepared by the impregnation method is above 2.
The final PF content in NCF--PF composites correlated with the concentration of the impregnation solution, and the composite with the highest resin concentration contained 35 percent PF after soaking in a 30 percent PF resin solution.
As shown in Figure 5, the impregnation of RIF, depending on solution concentration and immersion times, will cause a uniformly transparent tint throughout the catheter; API particles are not observed.
Currently, Henkel provides Loctite impregnation solutions with resins that cure to an impermeable thermoset polymer, making it possible to permanently seal pores to enable quality lightweight, thin-walled die-casted parts.
2014); however, no work has been conducted to find out the optimum impregnation ratio of RP and compost, its time and rate of application for the maximum production of crop plants.
The system's ability to address the impregnation and cleaning needs of even very complex parts is consistently proven.
Loctite Impregnation solutions reliably seal all forms of porosity in many automotive parts, such as cylinder heads, water pumps and compressors.
4D), characteristic peaks of both HAp and lidocaine, as well as of the alginate absorption spectrum appear, indicating that no chemical reaction between HAp, lidocaine hydrochloride, and sodium alginate occurs during the impregnation cycles.
These are resolutions deliberated on in the meeting held in Rumbek 11th 12 2010 at the youth centre attended by 246 people and other parts of Sudan by correspondents concerning these flagrant customary Laws especially chapter 5 sub-sections 31 ,33,34 and 37 of the state constitution concerning rape, impregnation and defilement in Lakes, the resolutions read as follow, The decision taken by the judge to arrest these young men should be rescinded.
The gap impregnation process constitutes a variant of the established resin transfer moulding (RTM) process.
2] impregnation approach, also developed at the University of Washington.
One punch has been post-processed in classical way by infiltrating with bronze at 1070[degrees]C in the oven, the other one being supplementary impregnated with epoxy resins in vacuum, using the impregnation equipment and dry-oven illustrated in Figure 7.