solubility test


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solubility test

[‚säl·yə′bil·əd·ē ‚test]
(analytical chemistry)
A test for the degree of solubility of asphalts and other bituminous materials in solvents, such as carbon tetrachloride, carbon disulfide, or petroleum ether.
Any test made to show the solubility of one material in another (such as liquid-liquid, solid-liquid, gas-liquid, or solid-solid).
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The result of the solubility test showed that glibenclamide oxalic acid increases 181.
Gram staining reaction, Potassium hydroxide solubility test, Catalase test, Starch hydrolysis, Motility test and Casein hydrolysis test were performed for confirmation of R.
From each participant, 3 mL of blood was collected in EDTA vaccute and processed for investigations such as complete blood count, solubility test for detection of HbS, electrophoresis, and HPLC.
3 The clot urea solubility test (5 M urea), as it detects only the most severe form of FXIII deficiency, is no longer considered to be a reliable screening tool.
SICKLEDEX is a qualitative solubility test kit used to detect the presence of sickling hemoglobins in human blood or sickle cell control material.
Every student was subjected to haemoglobin estimation for diagnosis of anaemia and Solubility test as the screening test for the Sickle Cell Disorder.
We multiplied this estimate by the sensitivity of the sickle cell solubility test (98.
Clot solubility test was performed to screen factor XIII deficiency.
If the patient has sickle cell anemia, the solubility test will be positive, meaning Hemoglobin S is present in the individual.
The surfactant properties are further confirmed by solubility test, surface tension data and HLB value.
Results for the qualitative sickle cell solubility test were positive.