denaturant


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denaturant

[dē′nā·chə·rənt]
(chemistry)
An inert, bad-tasting, or poisonous chemical substance added to a product such as ethyl alcohol to make it unfit for human consumption.
(nucleonics)
A nonfissionable isotope that can be added to fissionable material to make it unsuitable for use in atomic weapons without extensive processing.
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Industrial sector fuel ethanol (minus denaturant) consumption is equal to fuel ethanol (minus denaturant) consumption from Table 10.3 multiplied by the industrial sector share of motor gasoline consumption.
The 6 x His-tagged recombinant protein PPE17 was purified through affinity chromatography in denaturant condition using Ni-NTA resin.
In general, this can be done by increasing the temperature, adding chemical denaturants or changing the pH.
The standardized cry4A product migrated to a position during DGGE equivalent to a denaturant concentration of 53.5%.
(h) Consumption of fuel ethanol minus denaturant. Data for fuel ethanol
A narrow- or broad-range denaturant gradient parallel to the direction of electrophoresis was required (15).
is equal to total fuel ethanol (including denaturant) consumption from
During the assay, sample is first mixed with denaturant and extractant reagents.
sources above) minus fuel ethanol (minus denaturant) imports (see
Gramos are also manufacturers of the original Takrag, used extensively by the leading automotive manufacturers worldwide, and mare recently they have established TAK-kill as the foremost paint denaturant on the market.