Chemical Treatment

Some articles on chemical, chemical treatment, chemicals, treatment:

Snow Removal - Surface Treatments
... These materials generally fall into two categories chemical and inert ... Chemical (including salt) distribution induces freezing-point depression, causing ice and snow to melt at a lower temperature ... Chemical treatment can be applied as a preventive measure and/or after snowfall ...
National Library Of India - Conservation Activities - Chemical Conservation
... the library, established in 1968, is taking care of the chemical treatment of books ... Advanced procedures of chemical treatment are adopted to restore brittle and damaged books ... The library is in the process of developing non-chemical treatment system for the preservation of printed materials ...
Mold Prevention - Chemical Treatment
... Preservation librarians use a number of different chemicals to prevent the growth of mold spores ... Chemical compounds such as ethylene oxide, thymol, and orthophenyl phenol are regularly used ... Chlorine dioxide is a chemical that is growing in popularity due its safety level for library employees and patrons ...
Glossary Of Diabetes - C
... Calorie a measure of the chemical energy in a specific amount of material ... worth 9 calories/gram, and various alcohols and other (largely artificial) chemicals are worth fewer ... Chemical diabetes is a term that is no longer used ...
Supreme Grand Master Azrael - Fictional Characteristics - Creation of A Space Marine - Conditioning
... Chemical Treatment ... This chemical treatment is reduced after completion of the initiation process, but it never ends ... Space Marines undergo periodic treatment for the rest of their lives in order to maintain a stable metabolism ...

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