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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of deaerate.
- adj. From which the air or gas has been removed
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In the case of 'not from concentrate' juice, the liquid is pasteurised and 'deaerated' so it doesn't oxidise.
They are likely to be grown closer to home and you don't have to deal with pasteurized, deaerated, concentrated and deflavored they add back a "flavor pack" juice product that's been stored for who knows how long and shipped across the world.
In a typical catalytic hydrodesulfurization unit, the feedstock is deaerated and mixed with hydrogen, preheated in a fired heater (600°-800° F) and then charged under pressure (up to 1,000 psi) through a fixed-bed catalytic reactor (Figure 12).
Jenkins went on with his preparations, dissolving dried plasma in distilled, deaerated water, without looking up.
Apparently, during processing, commercial orange juice is "deaerated" so that it won't spoil when it's stored.
Check the oxygen concentration of the or rely on sodium sulfite should only be made by deaerated feedwater to be sure it is function those qualified to make boiler water treatment ing properly.
The deaerated boiler feedwater enters the economizer (see the adjacent diagram) where it is preheated by the hot combustion flue gases and then flows into the boiler steam drum at the top of the furnace.
The deaerated boiler feedwater enters the economizer (see the adjacent diagram) where it is preheated by the hot combustion [[flue gas]] es and then flows into the boiler steam drum at the top of the furnace.
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