deoil

deoil

[dē′ȯil]
(chemical engineering)
To reduce the amount of liquid oil entrained in solid wax.
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The aim of this study is to assess the applicability of chemically treated deoiled carob seeds for the removal of cadmium(II) and cobalt(II) ions from aqueous solution.
Mittal, Applicability of Waste Materials -Bottom Ash and Deoiled Soya-as Adsorbents for the Removal and Recovery of a Hazardous Dye, Brilliant Green, J.
Effect of feeding deoiled sal seed meal (DSSM) with urea and molasses diets to milch cows on quantity and quality of milk and blood metabolites.
Rice beans replaced half the cereals and half the deoiled cake present in the concentrate offered to buffalo calves (Ahuja et al., 2001).
The antibiotic, Cephamycin C, was produced in SSF using wheat straw, deoiled cake of cotton seed, sunflower cake, and corn steep liquor [18] and wheat bran and sweet lemon peel was used as the substrate for the production of nigerloxin in SSF [19].
S1 Using Sal Deoiled Seed Cake as Novel Natural Substrate For Potential Application in Dairy Wastewater Treatment".J.
Degradation of phorbol esters byPseudomonas aeruginosa PseA during solidstate fermentation of deoiled Jatropha curcas seed cake.
The empty palm fruit bunch was chopped into smaller pieces and deoiled by soaking in hot deionized water with detergent for 24 hr.
Mittal, "Adsorption of basic fuchsin using waste materials--bottom ash and deoiled soya--as adsorbents," Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, vol.
Some of these tests include chemical vapor deposition [7], sol-gel emulsification [8], electro spraying [9], and arc discharge [10] Synthesis of CNs from deoiled asphalt was reported by Fan et al.