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mother liquor

[′məth·ər ‚lik·ər]
(chemical engineering)
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The rare earth ion content in the rare earth mother liquor during the test was determined by titration with disodium EDTA, which constituted the titration reagent.
(3) Nanoemulsion configuration: nanoemulsion was obtained by mixing microemulsion mother liquor and 2% KCl solution at the ratio of 0.1: 100.
For the calibration curve, accurately weighed 25.0 mg of b-carotene then transferred to a 25mL volumetric flask and dissolved in Ethanol (40degC) to give a concentration of 1mg*mL-1 of the mother liquor. This solution was then appropriately diluted with the PBS solvent.
Table 1 shows the zeta potential of CHAP particles in hydrogel form, measured after 24 hours of aging in the mother liquor.
(6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (mL) number (mL) (gm) (gm) (gm) 1 0 0 0 0 0 mL of mother liquor 2 1000 4 0 0 20 mL of mother liquor 3 1000 0 4 0 20 mL of mother liquor 4 1000 0 4 0 20 mL of mother liquor 5 1000 4 0 20 20 mL of mother liquor 6 1000 4 0 20 20 mL of mother liquor 7 1000 0 4 20 20 mL of mother liquor 8 1000 0 4 20 20 mL of mother liquor (1) Beef extract.
Preparation of PAC from Synthetic Cryolite Mother Liquor. Certain amount of synthetic cryolite mother liquor was added into a three-neck flask with a condenser firstly.
DMFA, being similar to DMSO, in the mother liquor arrests platelet aggregation induced by both inducers up to 100%.
Fractionation of the mother liquor of the petroleum ether extract(PM) followed by repeated crystallization from methanol yielded 26 mg white flaky crystals (3) mp 140-141[degrees]C (lit.mp 142-144[degrees]C).
As in the earlier studies, neutron diffraction data was obtained from a single crystal soaked in a mother liquor containing [D.sub.2]O.
US 6,231,828 B1: Researchers for Solvay Interox SA, Brussels, Belgium have patented a continuous process to produce sodium percarbonate involving a reaction between hydrogen peroxide and sodium carbonate in an agitated reaction vessel containing a mother liquor, where the sodium percarbonate precipitates from the solution at temperatures between 10-25 [degrees] C.
In the standard process of solvent casting, a polymer is dissolved in a solvent and the resulting mother liquor is poured into a mold.