A gas that cannot react with either the solutes or the stationary phase is called as carrier gas.
A NAD is an electron carrier involved in glycolysis and NADH is a hydrogen carrier involved in glycolysis.
both require special carrier molecule to move substances across the membrane
Nitrogen is usually used.
It can be used for a fuel and it is also used as a carrier gas for gas chromatography
It depends on type of column, temeperature gradient , gas carrier pressure and flow, instrument....
Hydrogen is the carrier gas for the sample in the GC. Hydrogen is a very light weight and cheap gas. Hydrogen consists of only 1 proton and 1 electron... each of these weigh very little and this is the reason it is used as a carrier gas. Other carrier gases could be helium, nitrogen, argon, and just plain air. Each of these has a advantage to use and a disadvantage. Some gases may react with the sample being analyzed. That is why most of the carrier gases are inert gases. See related link below for more info
The purpose of the helium gas in the GC (gas chromatography) machine is to act as the carrier gas. The helium gas carries the sample through the column, allowing for the separation and analysis of the various components in the sample. Helium is commonly used as the carrier gas due to its inertness and low molecular weight, which facilitates efficient sample transport.
As the bullet travels down the barrel gas trails behind and expands. The gas will reach the gas port and expand into the gas tube. The gas will continue to gain pressure and force the carrier to travel back against the buffer spring. The moving carrier pulls off the bolt. The pressure builds up around the case waiting to extract. It eventually starts turning and is forced out. If there is no more ammunition left the rear of the follower lifts up, pressing on the bolt hold-open and blocks the bolts forward progress. If the magazine is not empty then the top round is pressed upwards and to the feed lip by the spring. Then the carrier regains its energy back. The buffer spring drives the buffer and carrier forward.
Typically called the Direct Gas Impingement. The AR-15 system is not a true DI system, according to Eugene Stoner in his patent this is a true inline expanding gas piston system. Not a DI system like the Ljungman. With a chambered round, the sear releases the hammer that strikes the firing pin. The firing pin is forced forward igniting the primer which in turn ignites the powder. This begins to push the bullet down the bore, the bullet is pushed by gases, and when the bullet passes the gas port(a small hole drilled in the top of the barrel) a small portion of that gas is siphoned off while the rest is sent out the barrel behind the bullet. At this point the gas flows up into the front sight base(which has a small hollow chamber) and begins to travel down the gas tube. When it reaches the carrier key(the key is hollow) the gas is directed down into the bolt carrier to the rear of the bolt tail and the gas rings. This forms a true piston chamber, inside this chamber formed by the gas rings, bolt tail, and carrier chamber(inside of the carrier) the gas begins to expand pushing the carrier rearward(the bolt is locked in by the barrel extension and cannot move forward). As the carrier moves rearward, the cam pin becomes engaged by the cam pin tract in the bolt carrier and unlocks the bolt by rotating it so the bolt lugs are clear of the chamber lugs. Once the bolt is fully unlocked the gas inside of the bolt carrier chamber is expelled out of the two gas vents in the side of the carrier(they are vented out of the ejection port), now the bolt carrier begins extracting the spent case and once the case clears the ejection port the pressure from the ejector pushes the case out of the rifle. That is the basic of how the DI system works(or truly a inline gas piston system) in the AR-15 system.(M16, M4, MK18, ect.)
The liver, for its eventual conversion to urea.
L.P.G stands for Liquefied Propane Gas. It is used as fuel in cars and other vehicles which have been fitted with Gas-conversion kits. It is also variously used as heating fuel. An L.P.G carrier would be something in which L.P.G is transported: a lorry, ship or portable gas bottle for example. The term might also be used loosely in the description of a delivery system for the gas, such as a hose, pipe or valve.
Yes you can as a carrier but my son is 11 and he has a job cleaning up a gas station
Stow your gas mask in an approved carrier. Pull the harness over the mask, with the cheek straps loosened so it is ready to don in case of an emergency.
It is called "carrier".