Lösestation

French translation: station de lixivation

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German term or phrase:Lösestation
French translation:station de lixivation
Entered by: Brigitte Gendebien
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01:14 Aug 10, 2001
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German term or phrase: Lösestation
die Heranführung der Wasserversorgung an die Lösestation
stephie
Belgium
Local time: 08:58
station de lixivation
Explanation:
Lixivation: extraction d´un composé soluble à partir d´un produit pulvérisé, par des opération de lavage et de percolation.
Percolation: circulation d´un fluide à travers une substance, sous effet de la pression

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nastation de lixivation
cbraun
nastation de sortie
Mats Wiman


  

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2 hrs
station de sortie


Explanation:
s'il s'agit de l'eau

en mécanique:
station de desserrage

Mats Wiman
Sweden
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1 day 1 hr
station de lixivation


Explanation:
Lixivation: extraction d´un composé soluble à partir d´un produit pulvérisé, par des opération de lavage et de percolation.
Percolation: circulation d´un fluide à travers une substance, sous effet de la pression




    Ernst; Le Robert
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