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disperse

Chemistry of or consisting of the particles in a colloid or suspension

disperse

[də′spərs]
(computer science)
A data-processing operation in which grouped input items are distributed among a larger number of groups in the output.
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Wacker says it aims to meet the globally rising demand for its dispersible polymer powders, which is driven by worldwide trends such as urbanization, renovation and energy efficiency.
However, the dissolution rate of Ibuprofen dosage forms does not always predict bioequivalence to reference drugs, so SPI conducted a 3-way cross-over pilot pharmacokinetic (PK) study comparing SPI's oral dispersible tablets (ODT) and powder (ODP) containing Actimask Ibuprofen 92S against a leading brand of Ibuprofen chewable tablet as the reference.
Soline de Cayeux, Business Development Manager at Rhodia, said: "The new Zeosil 1085GR is a Very Low Surface Area (VLSA) highly dispersible silica technology.
So in the Zinc dispersible tablet you take a small spoon.
Coartem Dispersible tablets enable parents to give the sweet-tasting malaria medicine to their children more easily and, in the process, ensure they receive full effective doses.
Also disclosed are a recombinant 1,2-mannosyltransferase that is enzymatically active, is dispersible in an aqueous reaction medium, and free of the transmembrane portion of the native enzyme, as well as DNA encoding that transferase, an expression vector containing exogenous DNA that encodes that enzyme and E.
Both the powder and liquid ingredient forms deliver flexibility in formulating phytosterols into readily dispersible product applications.
In fact, says Rubner, "any water-soluble or dispersible element that has either charges on it or hydrogen-bonding capability can be built into these films.
In addition to knocking down foam, TPA is a free-flowing powder that is totally water dispersible.
Tablets are chewable or dispersible in water and dosing is weight-dependent.
The tendency of clay to disperse is an important property of soil, and it has been suggested that values of dispersible clay should be collected routinely for assessing the impact of new management practices on soil properties (Rengasamy et al.
Rhodia's Highly Dispersible Silica is increasingly used in passenger vehicle tires worldwide to improve their rolling resistance up to 25 percent on road surfaces.