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

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post-hydroiysis)] is the total amount of flavonol aglycones after acid hydrolysis (representing the sum of free aglycones plus aglycones from glycosides) and [A.
Acid hydrolysis and fermentation of microalgal starches to ethanol by the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
The extraction can be conducted broadly by two methods after alkali and bleaching treatments, namely acid hydrolysis and mechanical homogenization.
On the other hand, the acid hydrolysis had the disadvantages that pentosan removal was lower and reaction period was longer (90 min) [17].
According to chemical analysis with the method developed by National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) at Golden, Colorado (Ruiz and Ehrman, 1996), pre-treatment of southern pine softwood sawdust by acid hydrolysis ([H.
The rate of acid hydrolysis was increased by autoclaving the sample solutions at 121 [degrees] C rather than placing the samples in a 100 [degrees] C water bath for 4 h.
Enzymes are the approach of choice right now, though acid hydrolysis company HCl CleanTech offers opportunity.
The free amino acids could be determined in water [5] but the quantitative determination of total amino acids N requires rigorous acid hydrolysis to break the amino acids bonds present in polymeric amino acids compounds such as peptides
Dilute sulfuric acid hydrolysis is the best processing options for desirable characteristics like:
The NCC was obtained from sulfuric acid hydrolysis of wood pulp.
The particle size of lignocelluloic substrates were reduced by ball milling and the grounded substrates were sieved by using standard sieves of known mesh sizes ranging from 300 [micro]m to 1400 [micro]m (33) and then 10 % substrates were subjected to acid hydrolysis using 1 % HCl and the reducing sugar released were analysed by DNS method (18).
which today announced the closing of $15 million in financing, was established to deploy the commercially ready, patented, and proven Concentrated Acid Hydrolysis Process for the profitable conversion of cellulosic waste materials to ethanol.
Chromatographic methods for the determination of intracellular thiopurine nucleotide concentrations in erythrocytes are available (21-24) and are based on acid hydrolysis of the thiopurine nucleotide moieties to thiopurine bases (22-25).