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The influence of heterocyclic compound-PAMAM dendrimer complexes on evoked electrical responses in slices of hypoxic brain tissue
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1. Purification of water and air from chemically active pollutions:Air purification
The purification is achieved by passing of the contaminayed air or water through ion-exchange materials layer with thickness from 3 to 60 mm.
Filaments of equal diameter in the range of 20 - 50µ (Fig.1), from which different textiles: yarn, staple, threads, non-woven materials and webs can be made. Principle products: non-woven needle-punctured fabric with surface density of 250 - 1000 g/m2, (thickness 2.5 - 10 mm, rolls), staple. Volume mass of the non-woven fabric is 0.1 kg/dm3. Compression till 0.25 kg/dm3 is possible.
Fig 1. Electronic photomicrography of the non-woven cation exchange needle-punctured fabric FIBAN K-4, the fibers diameter is 35 - 40 µ, the exchange capacity is 5.5 meq/g.
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