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  • noun

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(medicine) the process of removing a heavy metal from the bloodstream by means of a chelate as in treating lead or mercury poisoning

the process of forming a ring by forming one or more hydrogen bonds

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The objectives of this study are 1) To screen biopolymer based coating materials for their compatibility with the mushroom surface; 2) To determine the effect of the coating along with antimicrobials and chelating agents on the quality and shelf life of fresh mushrooms; and 3) To determine the effect of the edible coating on oxygen, carbon dioxide and water vapor transmission rates.
Research was conducted by numerous groups to find a way to make chelator-induced in situ phytoextraction effective and safe in the environment, but the added chelating agents caused unavoidable leaching of chelated metals down the soil profile (Chaney et al.
BASF currently produces its chelating agents in Ludwigshafen; in Lima, OH; and in Guaratingueta, Brazil.
The most important sales market for chelating agents are washing powders.
Global Chelants Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020 discusses the following aspects related to global chelating agents market:
With various global production and R&D sites, BASF Care Chemicals high performance product portfolio includes surfactants, emulsifiers, polymers, emollients, chelating agents, cosmetic actives, effect pigments, and UV filters.
by the use of calcium chelating agents such as citrates, can be exploited as a method to modify wheying-off.
Chelation therapy with chelating agents like calcium disodium ethylenediamine tetra acetic acid (Ca[Na.
In addition to providing mechanistic clues of MS pathophysiology, MFC will be a sensitive tool to evaluate MS patients and to monitor the effects of iron chelating agents and other neuroprotective MS treatments, he said.
They might also contain humectants such as propylene glycol and/or glycerin, specialty additives like lipid layer enhancers and/or actives, chelating agents, pH buffers and, of course, preservative(s).
Tokyo, Japan, May 19, 2006 - (JCN) - Ako Kasei announced on May 18 that it will launch TORU, a proprietary functional soft drink containing several chelating agents, on June 2.
This information is fundamental to mapping the distribution and chemistry of arsenic in the cell, and may also help in the design of more effective chelating agents for the treatment of arsenic poisoning.
Other approaches to inhibiting attachment to surfaces include using chelating agents to restrict iron, which is necessary for the attachment of Pseudomonas spp pill.
Chelation: AB tends to clump together when it binds to metals, so chelating agents, which mop up metals, may dissolve AB plagues from Alzheimer's brains.