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  • It is a transient surface phenomena – you have to take a thin layer of top soil and keep it in its thin-layer form, and keep exposing it to sunlight, and then you can capture some water molecules coming off of it.

    Water on the Moon: What Does it Mean? | Universe Today

  • It was a plain cheesecake with tall sturdy sides topped with a thin-layer of sour cream.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • It was a plain cheesecake with tall sturdy sides topped with a thin-layer of sour cream.

    For Thanksgiving, sweet potato cheesecake | Homesick Texan

  • The experts at Durham University are developing light-absorbing materials for use in the production of thin-layer solar photovoltaic PV cells which are used to convert light energy into electricity.

    Speedlinking 8/23/07

  • Substantial amounts of cholesterol oxides were found in ghee 12.3% of sterols, but not in fresh butter, by thin-layer and high-performance-liquid chromatography.

    Bacon and butter and lard, Oh my! | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Also, sitting well-used in the corner were a Foster + Freeman ESDA—an electrostatic detection apparatus—and a thin-layer gas chromatograph for ink and trace analysis.

    THE DEVIL’S TEARDROP

  • But that was using immunoassay and thin-layer chromatography.

    Harvest

  • But that was using immunoassay and thin-layer chromatography.

    Harvest

  • But that was using immunoassay and thin-layer chromatography.

    Harvest

  • When extracts from rice plants and fish were made, separated on thin-layer chromatography, and scanned with a radioscanner, only the parent compound was detected.

    Chapter 6

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