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1979) report on brine geochemistry at the East Flower Garden Bank.
His exploits came to light when an IT audit revealed that Brine was using the laptop to access inappropriate websites.
But Shapley says the catalyst could be used to remove the perchlorate from the brine left over after the regeneration of used ion-exchange resins.
We would need a very large brine line to the ocean -- a 43-mile brine line and an ocean outfall to go along with it.
This led to the opening of the Brine Baths in 1892.
PREP AND COOK TIME: About 1 hour, plus cooling time and at least 4 hours to brine
The brine shrimp that received 24 hours of exposure to ozone were all found dead when the ozone was removed from the soda bottles.
A touch screen digital process control allows the user to keep track of the process data such as brine pressure and temperature, injection speed, length of product feed, one or two way injection and error analyses.
Floating on top of the brine is oil, and on top of the oil is natural gas.
Magnesium chloride forms a brine quickly and attracts moisture faster than other standard de-icing compounds such as sodium chloride (salt), potassium chloride and calcium chloride, the company says.
a San Francisco-based firm which nurtures development stage e-commerce businesses, appointed John Brine Vice President of Marketing and Communications.
The new Brine Attack composite shaft is made from DuPont Kevlar and Quadrax QXT thermoplastic composite.