BGS

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AcronymDefinition
BGSBritish Geological Survey
BGSBrasil Game Show (video game convention)
BGSBachelor of General Studies (degree)
BGSBelow Ground Surface (depth below the ground surface)
BGSBeta Gamma Sigma
BGSBoeing Global Services
BGSBeautiful Game Studios (UK)
BGSBundesgrenzschutz (German: Federal Border Guard)
BGSBritish Geriatrics Society
BGSBrown Garden Snail (plant pest)
BGSBiopsy Gleason Score (cancer)
BGSBritish Girl Scouts (UK)
BGSBristol Grammar School (UK)
BGSBalkan Geophysical Society (est. 1993)
BGSBeeGees (band)
BGSBusiness Growth Services (various locations)
BGSBowne Global Solutions (translation services)
BGSBulk Gas System
BGSBen Gurion Society
BGSBritish Goat Society
BGSBerkeley Gas-filled Separator
BGSBurgs
BGSBiogéosciences (French: Biogeosciences)
BGSBritish Gas Services
BGSBeckett Grading Service (card grading company)
BGSBallard Generation Systems (Ballard Power Systems)
BGSBig Green Sign
BGSBretagne Gravure Signalétique (French sign engraving company)
BGSLittle Brothers of the Good Shepherd (religious order)
BGSBackground Score (theatre/cinema)
BGSBatteries Global Services (France)
BGSBaller-Gerold Syndrome
BGSBombing and Gunnery School
BGSBrune Génétique Services (French: Brown Genetics Services)
BGSBandos God Sword (gaming; Runescape)
BGSBrauche Geld, Sofort (German: Need Money, Now)
BGSBackground Solution
BGSBiologie, Géologie, Santé (French: Biology, Geology, Health)
BGSBergslagens Geologiska Sällskap
BGSBrevard Genealogical Society (Florida)
BGSBattle for the Golden Sun (Star Wars novel)
BGSBattle Group Support
BGSBelarusian Geographic Society
BGSBacillus Globigiis Spores
BGSBrother of the Good Shepherd
BGSBlanket Gas System
BGSBlind Greedy Search (algorithm)
BGSBallarat and Queens Anglican Grammar School (Ballarat, Australia)
BGSBlock Guided Scrambling
BGSBlair Genealogy Society
BGSBreak Glass Switch
BGSBristol, Gloucestershire and Somerset Environmental Protection Committee (UK)
BGSBreiz Groupe Sécurité (French: Breiz Security Group)
BGSBoston Guppy Session (band)
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Background solutions of CaCl2 with 0.005M were used for the preparation of working solutions having different concentrations.
The supernatant was replaced by 8 mL of background solution containing 1.0 mg/L of phenanthrene and the vials were then shaken for 24 h.
The response shown by the conductivity profiles is very similar (note that there are slight differences in the initial conductivity of the tracer and background solutions).
Twenty-five mL of Cu-free, 0.01 M NaOAc background solution was then added to the vials to initiate desorption of previously sorbed Cu.
All sorption isotherm approaches in this study were performed in duplicate and employed a background solution buffered to pH 5.0 [+ or -] 0.2 with 0.01 M NaOAc.
These workers found that Cu sorption to 2 soils followed the typical sigmoidal behaviour when a 0.01 M KCl background solution was employed.
In the present study, speciation of aqueous Cu was calculated using measured pH values, aqueous Cu concentrations, DOC concentrations from Eqn 4, and the [Na.sup.+] and O[Ac.sup.-] concentrations in the background solution. Previous work indicated that, due to the strongly leached nature of the podosol A-horizon, the effect of other major ions on aqueous Cu speciation was far less important than those components listed above (Phillips and Burton 2004).
This suggests that the presence of 0.01 M Na+ in the background solution competed with added [Cu.sup.2+] for cation exchange sites, or that a proportion of resident exchangeable cations was not displaced by added [Cu.sup.2+].
defined fraction (mL) 1 'Readily desorbed' Same background solution as 20 used for sorption isotherm method (i.e.
Phosphate sorption curves were obtained using both 0.02 M potassium chloride and 0.01 M calcium chloride as background solutions. For each of at least 7 initial P concentrations, 5 g of soil was mixed with 100 mL of background solution containing the appropriate phosphate concentration.
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