filtrate


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filtrate

a liquid or gas that has been filtered

filtrate

[′fil‚trāt]
(science and technology)
The discharge liquor in filtration. Also known as mother liquor; strong liquor.
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Sodium and water excretion are regulated by a variety of mechanisms as renal filtrate travels along the tubules of the nephron (5,7) In Figure 3 (below):
Reaction mixture of 10 ml, 1% sodium polypectate, 3 ml of 0.1 M acetate buffer (pH 5) and 2 ml of fungal cultural filtrate, this mixture was incubated at 30[degrees]C (in water bath) for 30 min.
We diluted 10% fecal filtrates 1:10 in 70% ethanol or isopropanol solutions and incubated them for 1 min or 5 min.
Chemical composition of filtrate (effluent) and dialysate (Prismasol B0) used in CRRT is summarized in Table 1 and 2 respectively.
Test for alkaloids: In 2 ml hydro-methanolic filtrate, 1.5 ml of HCl1% added.
The photograph's show the before and after of production Effluent waste water where the clear Filtrate is recycled, the semi-dry solids removed from the Effluent and a completed JLJ FP-500 series plant ready for despatch.
OBJECTIVE: Laboratory and greenhouse experiments were conducted to investigate the effects of bacterial strains and isolates cultures and filtrates, on early developmental stages of Orobanche crenata and to explore their potential in O.
After the evaporation of filtrate, precipitate of alkaloids was appeared which was concentrated by adding ammonia solution drop by drop.
It is clearly acknowledged that the inferior fluid loss control cement slurry may be responsible for primary cementing failure due to the excessive density increase or annulus bridging, and the formation invasion by the filtrate of cement slurry may be contaminative to the reservoir.
Ash from burnt crop residue of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) is typically used to generate filtrate in rural Northern Uganda.
Adding the crude filtrate for each fungus to eight flask (volume 250 ml, 100 ml for each flask) four concentration of filtrate (15% ,30% ,45% and 60%) added the media with filtrates fungus to Petri dishes and repeated every treatment three times with a control treatment of the fungus.
The reaction mixture was filtered and diethylamine (52.2mL, 0.5mol) and NaHCO3 (42.0g, 0.5mol) in distilled water (100mL) were added to the filtrate. The mixture was again refluxed for 4h.