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absolute alcoholsの例文

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  • Lithium nitrite is exceptionally soluble in absolute alcohol.
  • The solution is then filtered from the precipitated murexide, which is washed with absolute alcohol and dried.
  • This makes absolute alcohol a choice solvent for the crystallization of lithium nitrite because the crystals can be extracted in a substantially pure state.
  • Facilities installed included a large ( 6'6 " or 1.9m diameter ) autoclave, a bond store and plant for manufacturing absolute alcohol.
  • In this process alloxantin is dissolved in a large excess of boiling absolute alcohol, and dry ammonia gas is passed into the solution for about three hours.
  • A WCRF panel report finds the evidence " convincing " that alcoholic drinks increase the risk of colorectal cancer in men at consumption levels above 30 grams of absolute alcohol daily.
  • The company describes its amaretto as an infusion of " apricot kernel oil " with " absolute alcohol, burnt sugar, and the pure essence of seventeen selected herbs and fruits ".
  • Hiram Walker & Sons has the largest distillery capacity in North America with 39 fermenters, producing approximately 55 million liters of absolute alcohol and 60-70 % of all Canadian whisky.
  • According to the company the amber colored drink is an infusion of apricot kernel oil with " absolute alcohol, burnt sugar, and the pure essence of seventeen selected herbs and fruits ".
  • This resembles the common measure of all alcoholic drinks : beer, wine and whiskey can be added together as absolute alcohol, and this sum gives the toxicologically meaningful measure of the total impact.
  • Using wires and balloons to localize the septal artery feeding the diseased muscle under both fluoroscopic ( x-ray ) and echocardiographic ( ultrasound ) guidance, a small amount of absolute alcohol is infused into the artery to produce a small heart attack.
  • It is estimated that alcoholism peaked in 1982 1984, when consumption reached 11.2 litres of absolute alcohol per person per annum . ( In comparison, in Finland during the same period, consumption was only 6 7 litres per person per annum .)