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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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Phillips said: "The historic lithium mines in the Carolina Tin-Spodumene Belt generated a material portion of their economics from the sale of by-product minerals quartz, feldspar and mica to the large, local southeastern US industrial markets.
The government pays Vassiliko to take in the waste by-products.
Due to the fact that a mixture of VOCs undergoes PCO reactions, a great number of by-products could form on the surface of titania.
[2.] Rustad T (2007) Physical and Chemical Properties of Protein Seafood by-products. CRC Press pp: 3-21.
In addition, higher average intake of chlorination disinfection by-products was observed in adults while the ingestion in children showed comparable values.
"We need to adapt with the international markets," he said, "NIGC sets the price of its by-products based on the market fluctuations."
"The depth of the petrochemical industry in the GCC region gives Trotters immediate and scalable access to an abundant supply of petrochemical by-products, which provides ample potential for growth in the near future.
Prof Tangney has set up a business called Celtic Renewables which will take those by-products and turn them into fuel.
"This draft resolution comes pursuant to the issuance of Law No 36 of 2014 on criminalising and combating the smuggling of the subsidised oil by-products," said Minister of State for Information Affairs and official government spokeswoman Sameera Rajab.
The suppressive activity of tannins on rumen degradability has been assessed mainly in tropical leguminous leaves and fruit pods (Tolera et al., 1997; Rubanza et al., 2005; Wambui et al., 2012) and agro-industrial by-products (Abarghuei et al., 2010; Al-Masri, 2012; Bhatta et al., 2012).
"Whole" means no by-products. "Named" means a specific animal species - chicken, beef, pork, lamb - as opposed to "meat" or "poultry." Because we are looking for products with the highest possible inclusion of top-quality animal proteins, we'd choose a product with meat first on the label over one that listed water (or broth) first and meat second.
36 of 2014, on criminalizing and combating the smuggling of the subsidized oil by-products, Bahrain National Oil and Gas Authority (NOGA) announced the preparation of the executive regulations drafts of the law, in preparation for submission to the competent authorities for approval.