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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 byproduct of castor bean promoted the lowest cumulative gas production at the end of 48 incubation hours, because the high protein concentration of this byproduct acts in the formation of bicarbonate from C[O.sup.2], favoring the reduction of gas production (Cieslak, Szumacher-Strabel, Stochmal, & Oleszek, 2013).
Copra or coconut byproducts are one of the alternative feed ingredients mostly produced in some areas of Africa and Southeast Asia such as the Philippines and Indonesia (Stein et al., 2016).
Waupaca Foundry Inc., Waupaca, Wis., worked with TRC Companies Inc., headquartered in Lowell, Mass., and locally in Madison, Wis., to develop a means to reuse metalcasting byproducts from Waupaca's six facilities in Wisconsin, Indiana and Tennessee.
The inclusion of 10% and 20% lentil byproducts in the diet increased (P < 0.01) hen-day egg production above that of the control diet, with egg production being similar for both diets including lentil byproduct.
Alan Tetreault, DPW director in Mendon, has been using an alcohol byproduct mixture with magnesium chloride for more than 10 years.
Greenwood pelletizes PS matrix, the other nonrecyclable byproduct that the industry generates, and creates an alternative fuel that replaces coal in industrial boilers and curbs greenhouse gas emissions.
The cotton byproduct hydromulch was produced using technology developed from cooperative research efforts between ARS; Cotton Incorporated of Cary, N.C.; Summit Seed, Inc., of Manteno, Ill.; and Mulch & Seed Innovations, LLC, of Centre, Ala.
Because many plant managers don't have the time to worry about byproducts beyond just getting them out the plant door, employing the expertise of a third party professional could help alleviate the burden of byproduct management.
The alternative then is that, just as the redness of blood is a byproduct of other adaptations, so may be our predisposition to religious belief.
The 29-year-old Safe Drinking Water Act includes the recent Long Term 2 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule (LT2) and the Stage 2 Disinfection Byproduct Rule.
Only the net proceeds received from the byproducts sold in the current period are accounted for and shown in the income statement as byproduct revenue.
When sweat, especially from the apocrine glands (sweat glands in underarms and around genitals), mixes with bacteria on the skin surface, the byproduct is body odor.