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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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This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act and Section 21E of the Exchange Act and applicable Canadian securities legislation, including statements regarding including the Company's guidance for the second half of 2015 regarding payable silver equivalent output, cash costs per payable silver ounce, net of by-product credits, and assumed silver and gold prices, anticipated mine ramp up and the timing of such ramp-up.
The estimated IVOMD and ME content were higher in green by-product than in black tea (Tables 4 and 5), and these values were comparable or higher than several ruminant browse forages containing tannin (Rubanza et al, 2005; Osuga et al.
Based in Selva, Norway, Biokraft Marin AS manages the collection and storage of category-2 fish by-product from aquaculture fisheries in Norway.
By-product synergy is a source of economic, environmental, and social advantages to the companies and regions where it has been implemented.
To boost the brewery's energy efficiency and ecologically friendly profile, Sierra Nevada founder Ken Grossman wanted to convert the ultra-clean fuel cells from operating solely on natural gas to a gas mixture that the brewery produced as a by-product, methane.
2] released to the atmosphere as a by-product of the sequestration process and less the amount of C[O.
K-C presented three technologies related to fiber and by-product processing to WMU's Paper Technology Foundation.
A spokesman said: 'Under new regulations, bones and all waste from a butcher's shop is being seen as a by-product.
The mineral sands company Iluka, at Capel in south-western Australia, produces a by-product from the leaching of their iron-rich ore with sulfuric acid.
This strong traffic growth, which will continue into January, was a deliberate by-product of a number of lower fare initiatives,'' said Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary.
Fuel cells are also being developed for other applications in which it is not only desirable but necessary to keep combustion by-product emissions to a minimum.
In actuality, gelatin is a by-product derived from the skin, connective tissue, and bones of animals.