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chelation

[kē′lā·shən]
(organic chemistry)
A chemical process involving formation of a heterocyclic ring compound which contains at least one metal cation or hydrogen ion in the ring.
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The Amines and Chelants plant at Seal Sands will be razed in the next few months, after the company claimed "challenging operational conditions" had brought it to a point where it could not sustain an economically viable site".
A Dow spokesperson said: "The option to idle the facility comes on the back of increasingly challenging operational and market conditions; lack of cost effective and reliable raw material supply, alongside overcapacity in the liquid chelant sector.
This detergent composition is comprised of chelant comprising glutamic-N,N-diacetic acid or a derivative thereof; a surfactant system consisting of an anionic surfactant, an ethoxylated nonionic surfactant and a coco dimethyl amine oxide amphoteric surfactant present at a level from approximately 0.
According to the recently published report by TechSci Research, Global Chelants Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020, global market for chelating agents is projected to surpass USD5.
that act as chelants that extract the metal ions from the hard water, reducing the chances of hair exposure to it.
Chelating agents, also called chelants, sequestering agents, or complexing agents, form stable complexes after mixing with metal ions.
Conditioning and Anti-soiling Polymers (Cellulosics) Chelants
Bell, Synthesis and characterization of cyclomaltoheptaose-based metal chelants as probes for intestinal permeability, Carbohydrate Res.
com)-- According to a recently published report by TechSci Research, “Global Chelants Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020”, global chelants market is projected to cross USD5.
The Amines and Chelants plant at Seal Sands was shut down after the company claimed "challenging operational conditions" meant it could not sustain the site.
Effect of chelants on gellan gum rheological properties and setting temperature for immobilization of living Bifidobacteria.