The new PPA reportedly shows improved impact strength on par with standard nylon 66 but a lower water uptake
than standard aliphatic nylons, resulting in high dimensional stability.
'These crystals increase the hydrophobicity of the concrete - the amount concrete repels the water - which ensures the reduction of water uptake
through the pores.
The low water uptake
results in a high dimensional stability of the plastic parts in humid environments.
The water uptake
study and adsorption behavior of both neat and GNPs filled Nyl 6,6 was also performed.
The county chief, who led a delegation from the World Bank in a tour of the dams where desilting is ongoing, said there were plans to install solar pumps to assist in upstream water uptake
.World Bank senior agricultural economist Viney Vutukusu and Jonathan Denison, a water resource and irrigation specialist at the Food And Agriculture Organisation, said the UN agency would continue supporting such initiatives.
It effectively slows down the water uptake
of the antifouling, meaning that biocides are released in a more predictable pattern over the lifetime of the coating.
of PLGA matrices in spherical shape were studied via immersing the preweighed samples ([W.sub.1]) into 10 mL phosphate buffer (pH 7.4) and then incubated at 37[degrees]C.
The salinity affects seed germination by creating osmotic stress due to reduced water uptake
or through ionic imbalance due to toxic effects of sodium (Na +) and chloride (Cl-) ions (Hosseini et al., 2003; Hussain et al., 2018).
"Then the wet May allowed good root growth and water uptake
by the vines, and then the wonderful period of sunshine allowed the grapes to develop amid a hearty canopy of leaves."
Post storage vase life and total water uptake
measured at alternate day (ml) during the vase life period
When moving the flowers to a vase, re-cut all stems on a slant and slit the end of woody stems to allow water uptake
. Remove any leaves, thorns and small flowers that would end up under water.
The Veihmeyer and Hendrickson approach is simply based only on the energy (potential) of soil water and does not consider other soil physical properties or limitations influencing water uptake
by plants and root growth in the soil (Asgarzadeh et al.