hydrolyzate


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hydrolyzate

[hī′dräl·ə‚zāt]
(geology)
A sediment characterized by elements such as aluminum, potassium, or sodium which are readily hydrolyzed.
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There are two methods for incorporating these silanes into the primer: (1) dispersion of the metallic component into a silane hydrolyzate, the resulting slurry or paste of which is dispersed into the binder, or (2) dispersion of the silane hydrolyzate into the binder followed by dispersion of the metallic particulates into the hydrolyzate/binder mixture.
From the chemical point of view, the hydrolyzate is a product of skin collagen and contains seventeen amino acids.
Streaming potential and/or contact angle measurements reveal that adsorption and desorption behavior of a variety of materials, including peptides, proteins and their hydrolyzates, vary significantly on the hair surface.
1985, "Ethanol fermentation of crude acid hydrolyzate of Cellulose using high level Yeast inocula," Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 27, pp.
Collagen hydrolyzate, 55 % aqueous solution, produced by Tanex, Jaromer, Czech Republic
The proposed additives included soy-based hydrolyzate, tannin and m-Aminophenol.
KG (Duesseldorf, Germany) has patented processes for preparing conjugated linoleic acid wherein a conjugated linoleic acid lower alkyl ester is subjected to hydrolysis in the presence of an enzyme to form a hydrolyzate comprising a conjugated linoleic acid and a lower alkanol, wherein at least a portion of the lower alkanol is continuously removed; the hydrolyzate is separated into an organic phase and an aqueous/alcoholic phase; and the conjugated linoleic acid is separated from the organic phase.
ZeaChem has successfully produced acetogens at the lab scale for over 1,000 fermentation trials of sugars as well as hydrolyzate derived from cellulosic biomass.
Open Competition: Performing research on the topic: Development of a set of instructions (operating protocols) for analytical processing of mass spectrometric signals detected in the monitoring mode of multiple reactions in the hydrolyzate of human blood plasma
According to Mila president Emilia Karsh, placental hydrolyzate can firm and tone skin, prevent inflammation and wrinkling and improve capillary blood supply.
Recently we found out that besides various organic by-products, certain heavy metals such as chromium (Cr) were also released into the hydrolyzate due to acid corrosion of stainless steel of the extruder.