membrane

In biology a thin, pliable layer of tissue covering surfaces or separating or connecting regions, structures, or organs of an animal or a plant.
In chemistry a membrane is a thin sheet of natural or synthetic material that can be penetrated, especially by liquids or gases.
In environmental applications of nanotechnology a membrane can be used as a filter.



The term "membrane" was found in the following pages:

Journals database: Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering
As 2016: 6th International Congress on Arsenic in the Environment | EVISA's Agenda of Events
Journals database: Bio-medical Materials and Engineering
Toxicity of organomercury compounds | EVISA's News
Journals database: Biopharmaceutics and Drug Disposition
Journals database: Journal of Environmental Health Science & Engineering
Journals database: Computers and Chemical Engineering
Link database: SSWM: Arsenic Removal Techniques
Material database: National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES) - NIES CRM 18: Human Urine
Journals database: Journal of Physiology (London)
Instrument database: Elemental Scientific Inc. (ESI) - Apex IR Isotope ratio sample inlet system
Instrument database: Dionex Corporation - ICS-2100 Integrated Reagent-Free IC System
Instrument database: Zinsser Analytic GmbH - Perifill®IQ 2000 MK 3A data store
Instrument database: Elemental Scientific Inc. (ESI) - Spiro TMD membrane desolvation unit
Instrument database: Teledyne CETAC Technologies - U-6000AT+ Ultrasonic Nebulizer/Membrane Desolvator
Instrument database: Elemental Scientific Inc. (ESI) - Membrane Desolvation
Instrument database: Dionex Corporation - ICS-1600 Standard Integrated IC System
Journals database: Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Speciation and Toxicity: Humic Acids Increase Lead Bioavailability and Toxicity for Marine Invertebrates | EVISA's News
Instrument database: Teledyne CETAC Technologies - HGX-200 Hydride Generation and Cold Vapor System