congelation


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congelation

A term that is little used in the working medical parlance for:
(1) Frostbite;
(2) Coagulation.
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The values of the albedo for fresh snow (0.8 [+ or -] 0.15), snow (0.6 [+ or -] 0.2), white (0.35 [+ or -] 0.1) and congelation ice (0.2 [+ or -] 0.1), and water on the surface of ice (0.15 [+ or -] 0.05) were obtained.
Bertrand-Desbrunais A, Fabre J, Engelmann F, Dereuddre J, Charrier A (1988) Reprise de l'embryogenese adventive a partir d'embryons somatiques de cafeier (Coffea arabica L.) apres leur congelation dans l'azote liquide.
There he examines the Armenian phrase loycn macuac, glossed by him as "liquid congelation," the heavenly seas that "separate space from Heaven." Here we have a very learned discussion of a medieval Christian topic, but at times it is unclear whether Russell is writing a scholarly article, or giving a religious lesson to a gathering of mystics.
Applications include the determination of congelation and solidification of mortar, gypsum or two-com-ponent plastics, as well as the hardness of asphalt and plastic.
There are three different types of layers in the vertical stratification of a lake ice sheet: congelation ice, frazil ice, and snow-ice [8, 9].
When his agent almost failed to secure the manuscript, Ruskin accused him of thwarting his wishes like a stingy "papa."(68) Likewise resenting scrutiny by the public, Ruskin abandoned any therapeutic intent in Fiction, Fair and Foul, just as in his dream he panicked over his own desire to expose the "valuable MSS." Thus, in Fiction, relations with audiences are contemplated only as a Dantean horror of "congelation" (Works 34: 314), and this horrific fusion of self and other is held at bay by the stern figure of Byron.
The trail of butter down his leg points further toward that scene in which, on his first night in London, a now-idle gentleman-Pip claims to detect in his bed "much of |a boiled fowl's~ parsley and butter in a state of congelation when I retired for the night" (202).(6) Whether through the profligacy of moneyed leisure or the degeneracy of desperate theft, autoeroticism is figured as wasteful sexual energy.
In the beginning of the winter they enter the forests again, establish themselves in huts covered with the bark of the canoe-birch, or the arbor-vitro; and, though the cold is so intense that the mercury sometimes remains for several weeks from 40[degrees] to 50[degrees] [Fahr.] below the point of congelation, they persevere, with unabated courage, in their work." According to Springer, the company consists of choppers, swampers,--who make roads,--barker and loader, teamster, and cook.
La teinte verdatre de la carcasse ou sa putrefaction s'expliquent par le non-respect des regles d'hygiene liees a l'abattage et a l'ecorchage du mouton et aux conditions de conservation de la carcasse avant sa decoupe et son stockage par refrigeration ou par congelation, a indique lundi l'Office national de securite sanitaire des produits alimentaires (ONSSA), assurant que cela n'a rien a voir avec les campagnes de vaccination du cheptel menees par l'Office avant l'avenement de l'Aid Al Adha.
After whole congelation, we put the test film specimens on the surface of congealed mixture and placed Petri dishes into a desiccator, in the bottom of which distilled water is poured.