DOT

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DOTDepartment Of Transportation
DOTDictionary Of Occupational Titles
DOTDepartment of Transport
DOTDivision of Transportation (various locations)
DOTDepartment Of Telecommunications
DOTDirectly Observed Therapy
DOTDirector of Technology
DOTDocument Template (filename extension for Microsoft Word template)
DOTDamage Over Time (gaming)
DOTDepartment of Trade
DOTDepartment of the Treasury
DOTDirection of Travel
DOTDirector Of Training
DOTDepartment of Tourism
DOTDays of Treatment
DOTDescription of Test (careers)
DOTDelivered on Time
DOTDays of Thunder
DOTDiffuse Optical Tomography
DOTDeed of Trust
DOTDistributed Object Technology
DOTDiscovery on Target (medical discovery conference)
DOTDéfense Opérationnelle du Territoire (French: Operational Territorial Defense)
DOTDate of Termination
DOTDesignated Order Turnaround (NYSE trading method)
DOTDirectly Observed Treatment (tuberculosis)
DOTDocument Template
DOTDirect Operation Technology
DOTDynamic Overclocking Technology
DOTDuration Of Therapy
DOTDigital Opportunity Task Force
DOTDutch Open Telescope
DOTDisodium Octaborate Tetrahydrate
DOTDicapo Opera Theatre (New York, NY)
DOTDedicated Offshore Team
DOTDistribution Oriented Technologies (Jordan, Amman)
DOTDiocese of Torit
DOTDate of Theft
DOTDruid of the Talon (video game character)
DOTDirectory of Trades
DOTDesignating Optical Tracker
DOTDesign on Textile
DOTDigital Optical Tape
DOTDose Optimized Thermotherapy
DOTDeployment Operations Team
DOTDynamic Object Technology
DOTDigital Oligonucleotide Tiling
DOTDirector On Target
DOTDivision Officer Training
DOTDate of Transplanting
DOTDeep Ocean Technology/Transponder
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Previous tests of dip and spray treatments of disodium octaborate tetrahydrate (DOT) indicate only a marginal effect as a sanitizing agent (postcolonization) when tested on the emerald ash borer; however, only low doses (1.
The termite resistance of this material was compared with that of a standard high-loading disodium octaborate tetrahydrate (DOT) pressure treatment and a reference preservative, alkaline copper quaternary type D carbonate (ACQ-D).
CHEMICALS: disodium octaborate tetrahydrate was provided by Nisus Corporation in the form of a 40.
Surface mold prevention with chlorothalonil/ disodium octaborate tetrahydrate systems.
2 m long) was commercially treated with disodium octaborate tetrahydrate (DOT) to a target retention of 6.
Three test chemicals were used: biocide A, biocide B, and disodium octaborate tetrahydrate (DOT).
The purpose of the research reported here was to determine the physical and mechanical properties and fire and biological resistance of OSB panels incorporated with melamine phosphate (MP), disodium octaborate tetrahydrate (DOT), and boric acid (BA) at varying concentrations.
The American standard (AWPA 2000) for disodium octaborate tetrahydrate retention in treated wood is the highest in the world, and it would be of interest if the lower retention standards in other countries give the same additional benefit.
As documented elsewhere (Bunn 1974; Cockcroft and Levy 1972), borates such as boric acid, borax, and disodium octaborate tetrahydrate are useful as wood preservatives.
Wood blocks were treated with boric acid, disodium octaborate tetrahydrate (DOT), and NHA solutions at several concentrations.