chemical stabilization

chemical stabilization

The injection of chemicals into a soil to improve its strength and decrease its permeability.
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Biomatrica's novel chemical stabilization technology offers significant advantages in costs and performance for ambient temperature assays," said Rolf Muller, Ph.
Over the years, he has been a strong advocate for geotechnical innovation and has contributed to many state-of-the-practice geotechnical applications in ground improvement, including the first use of a combination of stone columns and earth reinforcement in a wharf structure, the first use of mechanically stabilized backfill underwater, the first use of stone columns in a cellular structure, the use of jet grouting and fracture grouting to support tunnel construction under active railroad tracks, the use of a variety of lightweight fill materials, and the densification and chemical stabilization of organic soils for use in roadway construction.
Chemical Stabilization Methods: There are several chemical stabilization methods that are utilized.
The technology is a soil remediation technology, which is able to utilize a solid phase chemical stabilization process.
Rana discovered key technology for the chemical stabilization of RNAi and has obtained RNAi activity in animals by local and systemic delivery.
Akrion's tool includes a proprietary chemical stabilization system that minimizes solvent usage.
These include key issued patents for chemical stabilization of siRNAs such as phosphorothioate and 2'-O-methyl modifications (Buhr, U.
There is a big difference in the use of chemical stabilization versus biological stabilization.
Additional processing through a high-level vitrification facility and a chemical stabilization facility, which already exist at the Savannah River Site, will be the final stabilization for the treated waste.
program, Sequitur will conduct proof-of-concept research on various chemical stabilization techniques for a new class of gene-based drugs.
Technology Description: The patent-pending Solucorp(R) Molecular Bonding System (MSB(R)) utilizes a solid-phase chemical stabilization process to reduce the leachability of heavy metals in soils, slags, and other solid wastes.