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Standards and Technical Documents - Standard Test Method for Maximum Pore Diameter and Permeability of Rigid Porous Filters for Laboratory Use -- ASTM E128Supplier: ASTM International
Description: This test method covers the determination of maximum pore diameter and permeability of rigid porous filters used in the laboratory for filtration or diffusion. They are applicable to filters made of sintered glass, ceramic, metal, or plastic. This test method establishes aShow More
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Description: and a saturated potassium chloride electrolyte. This electrolyte is a laboratory standard and is suitable for most measurements. The ceramic junction has a low flat rate which minimizes sample contamination from the potassium chloride solution. The PHE-1478 has a Porous PTFE
- pH Range: 0.0 to 14 ph
- Electrode Configuration: Combination
- Reference Solution Options: Refillable
- Junction Type: Single Junction
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Description: conditions, creating different soil structures. In addition to that an investigation about the characteristic of the interface that is required between the soil sample and the porous ceramic of the tensiometer was carried out; showing the role of the paste on the technique. The resultsShow More
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Description: Master Bond EP42HT-2FG is a room temperature setting, two component epoxy adhesive, sealant and coating specially formulated for food applications. It has been independently tested and certified by one of the nation's leading laboratories to meet the most stringent requirements of FDA CFR
- Substrate / Material Compatibility: Ceramic / Glass, Composites, Metal, Plastic, Porous Surfaces, Rubber / Elastomer, Other
- Dissimilar Substrates: true
- Industry: Aerospace, Automotive, Electronics, Electrical Power / HV, Marine, Medical / Food (Sanitary / FDA), OEM / Industrial
- Chemical / Polymer System Type: Epoxy (EP)
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Polymer Macro- and Micro-Gel Beads: Fundamentals and Applications
Experiments with a laboratory -scale porous ceramic -filled anaerobic fixed-bed reactor were conducted on wastewater from the miso, natto (fermented tofu), food (boiled adzuki beans and soybean whey), and beer industries.
Electrochemical chromic acid regeneration process with fuel-cell electrode assistance. Part I: Removal of contaminants
Previous work using a laboratory -scale porous ce- ramic membrane (PCM) cell , has confirmed that impurities such as Ni, Fe and Cu ions present in hard chromium plating solution can be removed and con- centrated as a metal hydroxide sludge by …
Use of Tensiometer for In Situ Measurement of Nitrate Leaching
Tensiometers were assembled in the laboratory using a porous ceramic cup (O.D. = 2.223 cm), a piece of schedule 80 PVC tube (O.D. = 2.223 cm) and a piece of clear acrylic tube (O.D. = 1.59 cm).
Numeric Studies of a Composite Soil Moisture Ground‐Water System
They could be duplicated in a laboratory experiment by using porous ceramic plates to maintain the constant head.
Apparatus for simultaneous determination of longitudinal and shear wave velocities under pressure
Introduction For measuring longitudinal-wave velocities in porous rocks most laboratories use ceramic transducers of the barium- titanate or lead-zirconate-titanate type.
Equilibration of plain carbon and alloy steels with endothermic carburizing atmospheres: Part I. Activity of carbon in plain carbon steels
These gas mixtures were equilibrated at elevated temperatures with the aid of a cata- lyst, nickel-coated porous ceramic balls, in a laboratory - scale endothermic gas generator, as shown in Fig. 4.
The first method has been used at MIT since the early 1970's to saturate both ceramic and porous steel elements of laboratory .
Movement of solute through a porous medium under intermittent leaching
We explored solute transport in aggregated soils under intermittent leaching in three ways: theoretically, by laboratory experiments on columns of porous ceramic spheres as analogues of aggregates, and by simulation.
A New Characterization Of Bulk-Volume Irreducible Using Magnetic Resonance
Fig. 3 Laboratory MR data for a porous ceramic showing T:, shift for water after centrifuging under refined oil to SWsR consistent with the conceptual model shown in Fig. 2.
Development of filter construction
By 1958, the UkrNIIkhimmash ceramic laboratory developed a formula for porous filtering ceramic and fabrication technology of filter elements from it.