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

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6 ppm were identified as [alpha]- and [beta]-glycerophosphate, the alkaline hydrolysis products of phospholipids (Baer and Kates 1950; Doolette et al.
Results revealed no change in absorbance of drug solution at alkaline hydrolysis, so its percentage recovery is very close to 100% which indicates the drug stability.
The alkaline hydrolysis of the PET fibres was achieved by 1 M NaOH solution.
The nitrile groups of PAN were converted to a mixture of hydrophilic carboxamide and carboxylate groups during alkaline hydrolysis followed by in situ crosslinking of the grafted PAN chains.
The process, also known as alkaline hydrolysis, has been used at the University of Florida in Gainesville and at the Mayo Clinic to dispose of cadavers used for medical research.
Called alkaline hydrolysis, this chemical body processing uses one-tenth the natural gas of fire-based cremation and one-third the electricity.
The alkaline hydrolysis problem of the vinyl acetate backbone was resolved in the 1960s after the introduction of vinyl versatate (VeoVA-10 or VeoVa) from Shell Chemical Company.
Furthermore, different hydrolysis efficiencies were reported for [beta]-glucuronidase from Helix pomatia and Escherichia coli and after alkaline hydrolysis (18, 19).
Other topics are biodegradable adhesives, thermoplastic cassava starch/waxy maize starch nanocrystals and nanocomposites, and anaerobic biodegradation of leather waste after alkaline hydrolysis.
Alkaline hydrolysis is generally used for vegetable oils but as different plant matrices contain sterol glucosides, also acid hydrolysis is needed [1].
This is generally accomplished by acidic hydrolysis for most foods, alkaline hydrolysis for dairy products and a combination of both for cheeses.
Airflex 728 emulsion is a vinyl chloride containing VAE emulsion, demonstrating outstanding efflorescence and alkaline hydrolysis resistance in exterior coatings on masonry substrates.
In peroxide bleaching, the dissolution of pulp components occurs through oxidation, alkaline solubilization, and alkaline hydrolysis.