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CUOChief Underwriting Officer
CUOCadet Under Officer
CUOCopenhagen University Observatory (Denmark)
CUOChief Underpants Officer (Joe Boxer)
CUOColumbia University Orchestra (New York, NY)
CUOCarcinoma of Unknown Origin (cancer)
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A joint announcement issued by Aspen Insurance Holdings and RSG also revealed that Issavi is being replaced as CUO by Christian Dunleavy, the former managing director of Aspen Re, and Aspen Bermuda Ltd.'s chief executive officer and CUO.
Sweeney replaces Finlay Smith who will be CUO for the Global Risk Solutions business.
CuO particles were milled to obtain a particle size less than 38 [micro]m.
The positions, relative intensities, and the sharp shape of the reflection peak indicated that both intracellular and extracellular biosynthesized NPs were crystalline nature monoclinic structure CuO. As observed in Figure 2(a), there were a number of unknown peaks before 2[theta] = 30[degrees] which could be attributed to the bacterial biomolecule residuals adhered to NPs.
Zhen-Hua Liu et al [4], have conducted experiments to investigate the thermal performance of an inclined miniature grooved heat pipe using water-based CuO nanofluid as the working fluid.
These include, amongst others, use of CuO as promising nanostructured adsorbent for removal of undesirable and toxic contaminants such as As(III) and As(V), Pb(II), and Cr(VI) ions from water [11-19].
Herein, we describe the synthesis of CuO nanoparticles by reducing copper ions using natural reducing agent, Saraca indica leaf extract.
Mohammadi, BTEX and chlorophenols compounds removal from synthetic sollutions by heterogenous catalytic ozonation using FeO, CuO and MgO nanoparticles [Ph.D.
In spite of all the progress made, the synthesis of CuO, Ti[O.sub.2], Cu-doped Ti[O.sub.2], and CuO/Ti[O.sub.2] nanomaterials of controlled size and shape remains a challenge.
Despite the great progress in nanotechnologies, to date, there is still a lack of definite knowledge on the effects of copper oxide (CuO) NPs on cancer cell lines.
A nanocrystalline CuO particles with a monoclinic structure have been synthesized through a simple, rapid, low-cost and direct solid state reaction method using PEG 400 as a surfactant [5].
The oxygen carriers were prepared by incipient wet impregnation method using CuO as active phase and [gamma]-[Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] and NiO/[gamma]-[Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] as supports.