buffering agent


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buffering agent

[′bəf·ə·riŋ ‚a·jənt]
(food engineering)
A chemical, such as lactic, citric, or acetic acid or the sodium salts of various acids, added to processed food to adjust and regulate its pH.
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Request TOC of this Report- https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=T&rep_id=3682 Food-grade Monopotassium Phosphate is a white granular product which is used as a PH control agent, buffering agent, acidulant and a rich source of nutrition.
Thus, the low methane production in the configuration without buffering agent (AIS + FW) and acidification of the medium (final pH of 5.38) can be an indication of methanogenesis inhibition through the hydrolytic and acetogenic step, whose microorganisms exhibit growth rate much higher than that of the methanogenic ones.
Every respectable turkey load contains some form of buffering agent in its shot column.
The hypothesis of the present research was that a feed resource rich in mineral elements such as banana flower powder (BAFLOP) could be used as a rumen buffering agent to enhance rumen ecology in animals fed on a high concentrate diet.
* an aqueous buffer, containing Mg2+ ions and a pH buffering agent plus (sometimes) other particular cofactors which aid the polymerase to be employed;
glycerine pluronic-F127) polyethylene glycol (PEG) polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) povidone sodium hyaluronate BUFFERING AGENT PRESERVATIVE not specified chlorite/peroxide (4) borate (boric acid) chlorite-peroxy citrate compound (CPC) (4) phosphate PHMB trometamol polidronium (5) polyhexanide sodium perborate sorbic acid stabilised oxychlorite (4) Table 3 Typical ingredients of mosturisers (comfort drops); (1) also listed hydroxypropylmethlycellulose (2) e.g.
"We can look to land plants as the primary buffering agent that's held CO2 in such a narrow range during this time," he added.