NaOH was selected as the medium for dehybridization instead of NaCl [37 , 38 ]because the use of NaCl solutiontends to leave a saltprecipitateon top of the device, even though it had been rinsed with DIwater.
In this study this concept is applied to endothelialise a gas-permeable membrane to develop a biomimeticoxygenator test-device (ENDOXY).
In this case, which took place in 2005, a contentmanagement system has been implemented, which curators of the ephorate enrichedwirelessly via an application implemented for a PocketPCdevice.
The inquiry’s chair, Alex Gallacher, laterlooked up flexicuffs on an electronicdevice, and described them as “basically cable ties”, noting it would be very easy for Nichols to mistake them as such.
A trainingdevice for tactuallyindicating to a player whether the player's hand has properlygripped the handle of a racket for forehanded play and for backhandedplay
The costumes should be a keydevice to charting the passage of time and trends in this show, but Julie Jackson's designs are a confusingclutter of styles, tackily manufactured, and jumbledly arranged.
This deviceuses a micropump to propel the medication into the GI tract.
Here are the intricatelycoloreddiscs and paperstrips of images that needed only deviceslike a zoetrope or phenakistiscope to becomeanimatedspectacles: a horse will jump through a hoop; a sailor will blow a bubble that becomes the moon.
Eachcomes in a carryingcase that keeps the devicestogether with their accessories: the miniplugcable for your music or DVD player, for example, and the adapters for quarter-inch phono jacks and dual-prongedairplanearmrestjacks.
Many of those ephemeraldevices, which experts refer to collectively as photographica, were used toillustrate the book.
The proverbelongs to a family of checkingdevices, Turing machines or sequences of these, that are capable of establishing the probable correctness of solutions for very largeclasses of problems.
The defibrillator and resynchronizationdevices are commonlyused in patients with seriousheart failure, and doctorswondered if patients with mildillness might benefit.
In light of the frequent kidnappings in Iraq, do you supposesomeone could invent a smalltrackingdevice that could be woven onto clothing and hard to findon itso that when someonegetskidnapped, the trackingdevices could pin down their location?
For indeed in the middle the fashionthereof was red, but at the ends it was all purple, and on eachmarginmanyseparatedevices had been skilfullyinwoven.
Left to my owndevices, I'llspendhoursstaring into space, just thinking.
Let's leave her to her owndevices and see what she comes up with.