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COB

Abbreviation for Coordination of Benefits.
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The use of cellulose nano crystals extracted from corncobs as a reinforcing agent in nanocomposites is an alternative which can expand the commercial applications of PVA films, for example, in the field of food packaging.
The current issue of the journal Weed Technology (of all things) discusses tests conducted on six plantings of field corn over two years The tests sought to discover if applications of corncob grit propelled by compressed air could be an effective form of weed control.
The xylose concentration in the corncob hydrolysates resulting from the hydrolysis of 100 [gl.sup.-1] corncobs under various sulphuric acid concentrations is shown in Figure.1.
So, one more time, with feeling: The plastic corncobs, the shower girls, the jellyfish, the Kiev 88 camera--all appropriate the codes of advertising, ethnographic, and architectural photography, inflecting these with an intriguing tension between technical precision and staged disturbance.
These scrubs are made by grinding corncobs and peach pits into a powder that is applied to a fabric backing.
For the chilled com soup in large pot, cover corncobs with water
Switchgrass can be replaced when necessary by corncobs and fiber.
The ConocoPhillips programme seeks to advance uses of pyrolysis, a gasification process that uses heat rather than oxygen to decompose grass, corncobs or stalks, or other biomass into fuel.
Sawdust from Eucalyptus trees, abundant to the area, along with wheat mill and corncobs provide the substrate for several specialty varieties.
The vodka, which involves a cooperative with more than 900 farmers, is free of synthetic chemicals, pesticides and genetically modified seeds and uses stills powered by converting leftover corncobs into bio-gas.
MU and MRI scientists found a way to "bake" corncobs into carbon briquettes that contain fractal pore spaces, and then use the briquettes to store natural gas in a low-pressure tanK.