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The first will result in a precipitate because the hydrochloric acid causes the agglomeration of the arsenous sulfide particles; the second reaction forms a colloidal dispersion of arsenous sulfide stabilized by hydrogen sulfide.
Industrial nonaqueous colloidal dispersions of CB were analyzed by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy to study the electrochemical characteristics of fluids and lubricants.
The particles form colloidal dispersions of 40 vol% in demineralized water in both systems.
Accordingly, salt in the colloidal dispersion has a pronounced impact on structure factor due to the decrease of surface charge number.
16,17) A relatively modern alternative to the theoretical and experimental efforts devoted to the understanding and optimization of colloidal dispersion comes from the field of computer simulations.
It is comprised of water, an alkali, an alkali-soluble polyvinyl acetate-crotonic acid copolymer, a thickener, and a glycol, wherein the composition is an aqueous colloidal dispersion or polymeric solution comprising from approximately 2.
The binder containing very fine colloidal dispersion of rubber particles with an average particle size of 0.
In order to confirm that the colloidal dispersion model actually translates into observed paint properties, model paints were prepared containing the same components used in the adsorption and dispersion studies.
5) Dispersion/flocculation phase diagrams are a unique way to visualize the colloidal dispersion behavior of latex particles with HASE polymers and surfactants.
In biology, colloids manifest in the form of biopolymers (nucleic acids, proteins and polysaccharides), cell membranes and other cell components: A simplified view of blood treats it as a colloidal dispersion of red corpuscles in a liquid.
A key element in management's strategy is to capitalize on the Company's proprietary bioadhesive colloidal dispersion (BCD) drug delivery systems.
Panzem(R) Nanocrystal Colloidal Dispersion (Panzem(R) NCD), an oral liquid formulation, has been shown in pre-clinical studies to significantly increase the drug's bioavailability, which is expected to result in enhanced drug levels of 2ME2 in patients.
A key element in the Company's strategy is the utilization of its proprietary Bioadhesive Colloidal Dispersion (BCD) drug delivery systems.
is an emerging pharmaceutical company that develops and markets innovative therapeutic products based on its proprietary Bioadhesive Colloidal Dispersion (BCD) drug delivery technology.
AlphaRx is an emerging pharmaceutical company that develops and markets innovative therapeutic products based on its proprietary Bioadhesive Colloidal Dispersion (BCD) drug delivery technology.