filtrate


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filtrate

a liquid or gas that has been filtered

filtrate

[′fil‚trāt]
(science and technology)
The discharge liquor in filtration. Also known as mother liquor; strong liquor.
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This version removes metals in solution commonly Copper, Chrome, Lead, Zinc, suspended solids, other contaminates and controls the PH level, giving semi-dry solids and clear Filtrate for recycling or disposal to sewer well within the Local Authority Environmental limits.
After the evaporation of filtrate, precipitate of alkaloids was appeared which was concentrated by adding ammonia solution drop by drop.
Cellulose filtrate control agents, hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) and carboxymethylhydroxyethyl cellulose (CMHEC), etc.
The cells were centrifuged at 5000 rpm to remove the cell mass and the culture filtrate was used for the bioassay.
After this period filtrates were transferred to separating funnel containing chloroform equal size to the size of the filtrate (1: 1) and then shake separating funnel well when it is two layers, then collect the extract remaining and dried at a temperature of 40 C[degrees]in water bath to obtaining 5 ml of the original size then kept the filtrates in the refrigerator at use [8].
Among the various fungal culture filtrate treatments filtrates of D.
1 filter paper and pe filtrate was furper processed for cleanup.
Germination growth and biomass was declined significantly up to 40% 85% and 70% due to original culture filtrate of the F.
The filtrate was all collected and concentrated up to 10% of the original (v/v) in a vacuum rotary evaporator at 40-45 [degrees]C.