dibasic


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dibasic

[dī′bās·ik]
(chemistry)
Compounds containing two hydrogens that may be replaced by a monovalent metal or radical.
An alcohol that has two hydroxyl groups, for example, ethylene glycol.
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In this study 20% sodium phosphate dibasic solution was used as liquid to determine the effect on apical sealing ability of WMTA.
At the beginning of the 2000s the list of priority substances included first-rate heavy metals and phenols (monobasic and dibasic phenols) [5].
In the one-step process (fatty acid method), alkyds are prepared through a polycondensation reaction between fatty acids, polyhydric alcohols, and a dibasic acid or anhydride.
Sodium phosphate (monobasic and dibasic anhydrous) and sodium chloride were obtained from Sigma-Aldrich, St.
Bell LC, Black CA (19706) Transformation of dibasic calcium phosphate dihydrate and octacalcium phosphate in slightly acid and alkaline soils.
Ingredients Level (g/100 g) Basal diet composition Defatted fish meal * 50.0 Phospholipid ([dagger]) (a) 9.00 Cholesterol ([dagger]) (b) 1.0 Vitamin mix ([double dagger]) (a) 4.0 Mineral mix ([double dagger]) (b) 4.0 Choline chloride ([dagger]) (c) 1.0 Dibasic calcium phosphate ([dagger]) (d) 0.6 Starch ([dagger]) (e) 10.0 Cellulose ([dagger]) (f) 4.4 Agar (binder) ([dagger]) (g) 12.0 Soybean oil ([section]):fish oil ([dagger]) (h) 1:0 4.0:0 3:1 3.0:1.0 2:1 2.7:1.3 1:1 2.0:2.0 1:2 1.3:2.7 1:3 1.0:3.0 0:1 0:4.0 * Skretting, Tasmania.
Thermoplastic polyamide (nylon), synthesized by the condensation reaction between a diamine and a dibasic acid, was first studied as a denture base biomaterial in the 1950s.
The sequence of intruded by basic igneous rocks of dibasic composition.
Low (LPD) Normal (NPD) Ingredient (g/kg) (4% protein) diet (24% protein) diet Casein 46.00 276.00 Cornstarch 500.90 329.90 Dyetrose 167.00 110.00 Sucrose 100.00 100.00 Cellulo se 50.00 50.00 Soybean oil 70.00 70.00 t-Butylhydroquinone 0.014 0.014 Salt mix#213266 35.00 35.00 Calcium phosphate dibasic 11.66 4.08 Calcium carbonate 3.91 9.49 Vitamin mix#310025 10.00 10.00 L-Cystine 0.700 4.10 Choline bitartrate 2.50 2.50 Blue dye -- 0.050 Table II.
Following an inspection in April 2012, EPA alleged RCRA violations involving containers of hazardous waste containing spent acetone, and spent dibasic ester.
Glutamine 2.5gm Quercetin 200mg Glucosamine hydrochloride 500mg Aloe barbadensis leaf extract equivalent 500mg Ulmus rubra (Slippery elm) bark powder 500mg Guar gum 100mg Pectin 100mg Sodium phosphate dibasic 260mg Peppermint oil 3mg Cumerone[R] providing Curcumin 3.037mg (total curcuminoids approx.
Acetate buffer 0.04 mol [L.sup.-1] used as supporting electrolyte was prepared by mixing anhydrous sodium acetate (Merck) and acetic acid (Merck), phosphate buffer 0.04 mol [L.sup.-1] prepared with sodium phosphate dibasic monohydrate (Merck) and sodium phosphate dibasic dihydrate (Merck) and Britton-Robinson buffer prepared with acetic acid (Fluka), boric acid (Merck) and phosphoric acid (Merck).