was calculated from Equation (1):Equation
of phosphate ions in presence of ten fold excess of (500 ppm) of the common ions found in natural waters, namely Chlorides, Fluorides, Sulphates, Carbonates, Nitrates, Calcium, Magnesium, Cupper, Ferrous and Zinc ions has been studied with the sorbents at optimum conditions of extractability
There were also differences in the extractability
of anthocyanins, which generally was worse in years with higher anthocyanin levels, although the responses of each variety were different in each year (Figures 2 and 3).
and bioavailability of organic compounds in soils have been found to depend on content and chemistry of SOC.
of soybean meal proteins and carbohydrates: heat and humidity effects.
Changes in the extractability
of cations (Ca, Mg and K) in the rhizosphere soil of Norway spruce (Picea abies) roots.
Red xylem and higher lignin extractability
by down-regulation a cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase in poplar.
More coffee can be brewed from flaked coffee due to the increased extractability
, as there is more surface area of the bean open to the action of the hot water than produced in traditional grinding methods.
Changes in anti-nutrients, protein solubility, digestibility, and HCl extractability
of ash and phosphorus in vegetable peas as affected by cooking methods.
1995) reported that ultimate pH differences in fish and pork muscles have effects on protein extractability
, and thus gelation properties might differ among species.
Although the bulk leach results are not necessarily indicative of extractability
throughout the entire basin, we believe that the simple leach process resulting in an 86% extraction rate into solution of the reported gold head grade represents another very positive step towards our goal of proving the economic feasibility of the Columbus Project.
But it has a hard time with food packaging because of the photoinitiators, the smells, the extractability