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mother liquor

[′məth·ər ‚lik·ər]
(chemical engineering)
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0 mg of b-carotene then transferred to a 25mL volumetric flask and dissolved in Ethanol (40degC) to give a concentration of 1mg*mL-1 of the mother liquor.
Table 1 shows the zeta potential of CHAP particles in hydrogel form, measured after 24 hours of aging in the mother liquor.
DMFA, being similar to DMSO, in the mother liquor arrests platelet aggregation induced by both inducers up to 100%.
Fractionation of the mother liquor of the petroleum ether extract(PM) followed by repeated crystallization from methanol yielded 26 mg white flaky crystals (3) mp 140-141[degrees]C (lit.
Eleven amide hydrogen atoms were protected from exchange after three months of soaking the crystals in deuterated mother liquor at pH 8.
These are formed from the air and solvent vapor bubbles associated with the mixing (and other handling) in the initial mother liquor preparation, as well as from vapor bubbles nucleating within the solvent.
Final steps involve evaporation and crystallization under vacuum, separation of crystal from mother liquor in very large spin dryers, final drying in a stream of warm air and separation into desired size ranges by sieving.
To digress to that nebulously remembered beginning, I once worked in a plant that used the mother liquor brine from evaporated seawater after the local salt works had gleaned the sodium chloride crystals.
There are three production methods of 10%SL, and in China over 95% of the 10%SL is produced from mother liquor of glyphosate, which is hazardous to the environment.
The crystals were separated and the mother liquor of the above reaction was diluted with the dry ether (50 ml) and it was saturated with dry HCl gas.