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pure

(pyūr),
Unadulterated; free from admixture or contamination with any extraneous matter.
[L. purus]

pure

Drug slang
noun A regional term for uncut heroin

pure

(pyūr)
Unadulterated; free from admixture or contamination with any extraneous matter.
[L. purus]
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By end-user, the global industrial water purification system market is segmented into energy and mining industry, oil and gas industry, chemical industry, manufacturing industry, food and beverage industry, pharmaceutical industry, pulp and paper industry, textile industry, and industrial manufacturing.
CT Chemicals manufactures and sells filtration products including ion exchange and filtration media based solutions used in water purification applications.
If the military decides to use graphene filters in its water purification systems, then it should also use 3-D printing technology (also known as additive manufacturing) to make the filters.
Except for the water purification building, the other places in the water purification area are regularly open to visitors, Yeh said.
This allows a single resin to bind biomolecules through two or more interaction modes, which can potentially decrease the number of required purification steps in the workflow, require less sample material, offer better separation in the same time, and help in separating impurities that are very similar to the target biomolecule.
Reportedly, Biotage already has products for drug development based on peptides and with this investment, is now taking one-step further towards strengthening its future offering in the biomolecule purification area.
Various purification strategies are discussed in this review for lipases.
Richard Jun Li, Vice President of Innova Research and the presenter on the conference pointed out: "The choices of Chinese consumers on air purification technologies will become much more diverse, when more consumers are educated on air purification technologies other than HEPA, the most commonly used and thee mainstream technology so far.
The company said the ROVER dialysis water cart was developed to streamline the transport of water purification equipment used in acute hemodialysis procedures and to eliminate the possibility of deterioration associated with metal carts.It improves the safety and efficiency of delivering a dialysis water treatment system in the hospital.
Activated coals for purification of culture liquid was preliminarily milled and subdivided into fractions by sieving for obtaining of granules with the particle sizes from 100 to 280 [micro]m.
[USPRwire, Sun Dec 27 2015] Air Purification Systems Market Product (Dust Collectors, Fume & Smoke Collectors, Vehicle Exhaust, Others), Technology (HEPA, ESP, Activated Carbon, Ionic Filters, Others), End-Use Sector (Automotive, Construction, Healthcare, Others) - Forecast to 2020
THE NEW priest of Bisada temple in Dadri village of Greater Noida has alleged that she was " threatened" by cops to not perform village purification ritual.