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polyacrylamide

[¦päl·ē·ə′kril·ə·məd]
(organic chemistry)
(CH2CHCONH2)x A white, water-soluble high polymer based on acrylamide; used as a thickening or suspending agent in water-base formulations.
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The polyacrylamide market on the source of Type of Application could span Paper Manufacture, Water treatment, Oil & Gas, and others.
A fast silver staining protocol enabling simple and efficient detection of SSR markers using a non-denaturing polyacrylamide gel.
Overall our results are consistent with a recent systematic review of periurethral Polyacrylamide hydrogel, which primarily included patients with mild primary stress incontinence; the included studies reported good clinical success, minimal morbidity, and an approximately 25% reinjection rate (8).
The experimental results as shown in contour and 3D response surface plots (Figure 3) indicate the relationship between gelation time, as a function of polyacrylamide and polyethylenimine concentrations.
Zimmerman, "Rheology and permeability of cross-linked polyacrylamide gel," Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, vol.
Figure 10 shows that increasing the content of sodium stearate and polyacrylamide improved the apparent viscosity of mixed solution while increasing blender decreased it.
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Barvenik FW (1994) Polyacrylamide characteristics related to soil applications.
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The sera were separated and used for the study of the protein profile with sodium dodecyle sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) in first dimension.
"To reveal these cell mechano-biological responses to substrate curvatures, we have introduced a novel, simple, and flexible class of substrates, polyacrylamide gels embedded with micro glass balls ranging in diameter from 5 mm to 2 mm, to culture cells," Yang said.
Glucose oxidase, an enzyme, was immobilized on the surface of a modified graphite electrode in mixed photocurable polymeric membranes of polyacrylamide (PAA) and polyvinylpyrolidone (PVP), taking advantage of both immobilizations.