nonionic detergent


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nonionic detergent

[¦nän·ī′än·ik di′tər·jənt]
(materials)
A detergent with molecules that do not ionize in aqueous solution, for example, detergents derived from condensation products of long-chain glycols and octyl or nonyl phenols.
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Thus, both anionic and nonionic detergents generally will increase the percutaneous penetration of tritiated water from a donor chamber to a receptor chamber, thus indicating an increased potential for exchange between the two compartments (3).
Unlike the Lowry method, the BCA method has been found to have exceptional tolerance to nonionic detergents and simple buffer salts.