buffer solution


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buffer solution

[′bəf·ər sə′lü·shən]
(chemistry)
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Table 1: The chemical ingredients of McDougall buffer solution.
A portion of fluid was used without adding buffer solution, and another portion of fluid was buffered at a ratio of 1:2 (rumen fluid: buffer ANKON[R]).
Prior to the experiment, the sample materials were kept in buffer solution of pH 8.
Fenton R group (n = 5): 5 ml buffer solution with lipid fraction + 1 ml FeCl2 + 1 ml 10 mM H2O2
Buffer solutions may expire much sooner than the specified expiration dates once they are opened due to evaporation and influx of atmospheric carbon dioxide.
The release of the drug DMA from a silicone matrix into a sodium phosphate saline buffer solution at 6.
5 % w/v) of previously prepared kaolinite clay was dissolved into 100 mL of citrate phosphate buffer solution and stirred for 1 hr at room temperature.
The researchers found they could produce threads up to 20 centimeters long by dripping the concentrated proteins onto the surface of a salty buffer solution.
The higher pH of the buffer solution can make the cadmium ion hydrolyze to form Cd[(OH).
Immediately after cleaning, rinse the sensor in water and allow the sensor to soak in tap water or a 7 pH buffer solution for a few minutes to allow the pH sensor to stabilize.
First, the sensor was conditioned by immersing the fibre into a pure buffer solution for several minutes until the slow diffusion of the liquid into its pores was completed.