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by-product

Chemical
A product of a chemical reaction or industrial process which differs from the desired product.

Radiation physics
A class of secondary radioactive material regulated by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
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The by-products resource is for the Core property only, which has a lithium JORC resource of 25.1 million tonnes grading 1.09% lithium oxide.
The measure operating cash cost per pound of copper produced net of by-product revenues is a common measure used in the copper industry to track performance and it is a useful management tool that allows us to better allocate our resources.
Poultry by-product meal was the animal protein ingredient with the highest digestibility results for pirarucu, corroborating other studies with silver perch (Allan et al., 2000), rainbow trout (Bureau et al., 1999), Nile tilapia (Guimaraes et al., 2008), striped surubim Pseudoplatystoma reticulatum (Silva et al., 2013) and Japanese seabass Lateolabrax japonicus (Wang et al., 2012).
Quarterly by-product zinc production increased 7.0% vs 3Q18 as a result of a higher ore grade at Saucito and a higher volume of ore processed, increased ore grade and higher recovery rate at San Julian (Phase II / Disseminated ore body).
Diets (Table 2) were formulated using the software Supercrac (2004) to meet the nutritional requirements of birds and according to the values of ingredients provided by the Brazilian Tables for Poultry and Swine (Rostagno et al., 2011), except for the composition of fish by-product meal.
this is where our industry by-product is going, unless you are among the small group of generators committed to zero landfill.
The GTCC plants on order will use by-product gases from furnaces - specifically, FINEX gas, blast-furnace gas and coke-oven gas - as fuel.
CSIRO project leader Dr Grant Douglas says the use of abundant, low-cost by-product materials generated from mineral processing offers a potentially cost-effective, environmentally friendly way to remove nutrients from wastewater.
JWQ said it would not be able to offer by-product - smaller stones extracted as a by-product of quarrying which can be cut into paving flags and kerbs.
The Wake Forest University Department of Biology conducted an analysis of the by-product from food waste processed using the GaiaRecycle machine.
By-product synergy solutions offer the possibility of recapturing this lost value by identifying new uses for these cast-off resources, potentially resulting in savings "in the six-figure range or more" (Gromacki 2009, 50) and offering obvious environmental benefits.