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  • Methods of Cleaning Tableware and Cookware under Disaster Conditions : How Different Methods Affect the Amount of Residual Protein  [in Japanese]

    不破 眞佐子 , 山田 祐菜 , Masako FUWA , Yuuna YAMADA

    … to rinsing with water alone, although unhygienic quantities of protein remained.3 When soaked in water and cleaned with dish soap and rinsed, except for very sticky cups that had held custard pudding from which we detected 10–100µg of residual protein, this method was effective in keeping hygienic protein levels.4 When wiped with a paper towel before scouring with dish soap and rinsing with water, 10–100µg of residual protein was detected in the custard pudding cup and on the tableware used for steamed buns before …

    学苑 (938), 32-38, 2018-12


  • Water Vapor Transmission Rate of Biomass Based Film Materials

    Basha Roseliza Kadir , KONNO Katsumi , KANI Hiroshi , KIMURA Toshinori

    … In this study the water vapor transmission rate was investigated and measured by a modified technique of wet cup method, according to ASTM E 96. …

    Engineering in Agriculture, Environment and Food 4(2), 37-42, 2011


  • Measurement of Moisture Conductivity of Clothing

    Takada Satoru , Hokoi Shuichi , Nakazawa Kazuhiro

    … In this paper a method to measure the moisture (water vapor) conductivity of clothing is proposed. … The method is based on the wet cup method, which is often used for building materials. …

    Journal of the Human-Environment System 7(1), 29-34, 2004


  • Direct determination of thallium in biological materials by graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry  [in Japanese]

    MATSUNO Koji , IWAO Soichiro , KODAMA Yasushi

    … A simple and rapid method for the direct determination of thallium in biological materials has been developed by using graphite furnace Zeeman atomic absorption spectrometry. … The method was applied for the determination of thallium in blood, urine, and hair. … The results obtained by the method of simple dilution of blood and urine with 0.1 N HNO<SUB>3</SUB> …

    BUNSEKI KAGAKU 33(3), 125-129, 1984

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  • Studies on antifungal effect of mite alarm pheromone Citral : 1. Evaluation of antifungal effect of Citral  [in Japanese]

    OKAMOTO Masako , MATSUMOTO Katsuhiko , WADA Yoshitake , NAKANO Hisao

    … Three methods, the cup method, the gas method and the modified gas method were employed to observe the antifungal effect of Citral and the hexane extract of Carpoglyphus lactis on Aspergillus fumigatus (Asp. … The results were as follows : The cup method : A metal cup (φ8mm×10mm) containing Citral was placed in the center of the medium plate inoculated with Asp. …

    Medical Entomology and Zoology 29(3), 255-260, 1978

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  • Spectrographic Determination of Aluminium in Ferrosilicon

    Oda Nakaaki , Idohara Mitsuru , Tsukashima Kiyoshi

    … For these purposes, the wet chemical analysis is tedious and lacks the rapidity required. … The outline of the method obtained from the results of the experiments was as follows; … a sample of ferrosilicon powder (500 mg) is mixed with the previously prepared internal standard-buffer (750 mg) (C:BaCl<SUB>2</SUB>·2H<SUB>2</SUB>O=2:1), loaded into the lower cup electrode and arced for 20 sec in an intermittent a. …

    Journal of the Japan Institute of Metals and Materials 25(12), 781-785, 1961


  • Permeability of High-polymer-films to Gases and Vapors:V. Dependency of Permeability Coefficient on Film Thickness  [in Japanese]

    Ito Yukio

    … Measurement, made on the cup method for the permeation of vapor through high polymer film to which the vapor has affinity, indicated that P increased with increase in thickness of the film.(2) Residual solvent, residual strain and difference in structure of the inner and surface parts of the film, hitherto regarded as probable causes for the phenomenon mentioned in (1) above, were turned out to have little influence.(3) In the process of permeation, one side of the film is in “wet” …

    Kobunshi Kagaku 17(183), 397-402, 1960


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