decahydrate

decahydrate

[‚dek·ə′hī‚drāt]
(chemistry)
A compound that has 10 water molecules.
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Of sieved air-dried soil, 5 g was weighed into 50-mL Falcon tubes and reacted with 30 mL of extraction solution (0.1 N sodium hydroxide and 0.1 M sodium pyrophosphate decahydrate).
Borax is sodium tetraborate decahydrate; sodium tetraborate decahydrate is basically boron.
Tincal is used in borax pentahydrate, decahydrate, and sodium perborate production [9, 10].
Determination of NDF involved boiling 1 g of dried powdered leaves ([W.sub.1]) for 1 h in 100 mL of neutral detergent solution (disodium hydrogen phosphate, sodium tetraborate decahydrate, EDTA disodium salt dehydrate, sodium dodecyl ethoxyethanol, and anhydrous sodium sulphite), in which 1 drop of octan-2-ol and 1 or 2 drops of [alpha]-amylase were added.
Cadmium chloride decahydrate (Cd[Cl.sub.2] x 10[H.sub.2]O), mercaptoacetic acid (MPA) (HS-C[H.sub.2] x COOH), 2and d2isodium sulfide nonahydrate ([Na.sub.2]S x 9[H.sub.2]O) were purchased from R&M Chemicals.
Di-Sodium tetraborate decahydrate (EMD Chemical) 0.40
The pH was determined in-situ using Jenway pH meter, model 350 after calibration with buffers 4 (potassium hydrogen phthalate) and 9 (sodium borate decahydrate) (ASTM D1293-12).
Disodium pentaborate decahydrate (DPD) induced apoptosis by decreasing hTERT enzyme activity and disrupting F-actin organization of prostate cancer cells.
In this study, unlike from the literature, boron oxide, borax decahydrate, boric acid and borax pentahydrate as boron sources were used to synthesize Triphenyl Borate (TPB).
99%, p.a.), ethanol 96%, and sodium carbonate decahydrate (p.a.) were purchased from Alkaloid Skopje, Macedonia.
The most daily consumed types of boron in mammalian life are Sodium tetraborate decahydrate (STD) and pentahydrate (STP) which are intakes via food and drinking water and excretes via urinary system.