hydrolysis


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a chemical reaction in which water reacts with a compound to produce other compounds

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DC Water brought the CAMBI thermal hydrolysis process to the continent, and Blue Plains is now the largest thermal hydrolysis installation in the world.
Although the modification of PVAc in PVA has been extensively studied in the literature [17-19], attention has not been given to the detailed analysis of the hydrolysis step used to produce spherical PVAc/PVA micro-particles with core-shell morphology.
World Protein Hydrolysis Enzymes Market - Increase demand in developed economies is spurring the market growth while opportunities in developing economies such as Asia-Pacific and Rest of the world still need to explore as these are the volume driven market.
Acid pretreatment offersa shorter pretreatment time in hydrolyzing the cellulose content as well as it can directly hydrolyze the cellulose into fermentable sugars without involve hydrolysis step.
cargo ship has a crew of 35 civilians operating the vessel and a 63-member team in charge of the hydrolysis units, as well as a security team on board.
Hydrolysis can be performed in two ways: acid hydrolysis or enzymatic hydrolysis.
The Field-Deployable Hydrolysis System is a transportable, self-sufficient, high-throughput neutralization system designed to convert chemical warfare material into compounds that are not usable as weapons.
It is particularly suitable for hydrolysis of baker's and brewer's yeast to increase protein solubility and yields during the manufacture of yeast extracts.
0 wt% of a hydrolysis stabilizer consisting of epoxidized fatty acid glycerides with a mean molecular weight of at least 425 g/mol.
Primer and hydrolysis probes were either ordered according to previous studies (28-30) or designed in this work for the purpose of demonstrating feasibility of the MP PCR.
Hydrolysis of plant cell wall releases glucose molecules available for many microbial fermentation processes including ethanol production.
Scientists at the University of Florida and colleagues elsewhere evaluated the emulsification and foaming ability of peptides obtained by the enzyme hydrolysis of proteins from tilapia.
The effects of hydrolysis temperature, hydrolysis time, molar ratio of organic silicone to silica sol, and surface morphology on the hydrophobicity of the films were discussed in detail using FTIR spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), AFM, optical transmission, and contact angle measurement, respectively.
Undried PET, pellets or regrind, is metered into a co-rotating twin screw extruder that is equipped with multi-stage vacuum venting to minimize and avoid hydrolysis.