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Synonyms for sorb

take up a liquid or a gas either by adsorption or by absorption

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M2 EQUITYBITES-May 21, 2015-Celanese reports 10% rise in Nutrinova Potassium Sorbate and Nutrinova Sorbic Acid price
Simultaneous determination of sorbic and benzoic acids in food dressing by headspace solid-phase microextraction and gas chromatography.
The issue in November pales in comparison to what happened in March 2014, when TV presenter Joe Maalouf in his LBCI show "7ki Jeliss" carried out lab tests on labneh in Switzerland that showed traces of Natamycin in Khoury and Dairiday labneh, and sorbic acid in Massabki labneh.
For instance, supplementation of single acidifier such as formic acid or sorbic acid improved growth rate and feed efficiency as reported by Partenen and Mroz (1999); Overland et al.
Table 5: Excipients that are known to cause sensitisation (12) Beeswax Imidurea Benzyl alcohol Isopropyl palmitate Butylated hydroxyanisole N-(3-Chloroallyl) hexaminium Butylated hydroxytoluene chloride (quatemium 15) Cetostearyl alcohol Polysorbates Chlorocresol Propylene glycol EdetjcAcid(EDTA) Sodium metabisulphite Ethylenediamine Sorbic acid Fragrances Wool fat products Hydroxybenzoates (parabens)
Different organic acids, such as tartaric, malic, lactic, citric, acetic, ascorbic, butyric, sorbic, and succinic acids, could be responsible for the high titratable acidity and lower pH in yellow wine.
Sodium benzoate and sorbic acid are widely used as preservatives, and saccharine, aspartame and acesulfame K as sweeteners.
Kraft in February vowed to remove artificial preservatives from its most popular varieties of Singles cheese slices by replacing sorbic acid with a naturally occurring antifungal agent known as natamycin.
glycerol (Gly), sodium sulfite, sorbic acid (potassium salt), and polyethyleneglycol (PEG 8000), were obtained from Fisher Scientific (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA).
In February, the company pledged to remove artificial preservatives from its most popular varieties of Singles cheese slices by replacing sorbic acid with natamycin.
Difluprednate ophthalmic emulsion does not contain BAK, and instead uses sorbic acid as a preservative.
Sorbic acid was used as preservative at the rate of one gram per sample.
When antimicrobial agents, such as benzoic acid, sorbic acid, propionic acid, lactic acid, nisin and lysozyme, were incorporated into edible films, the films retarded the surface growth of bacteria, yeasts and molds on a wide range of products, including meats and cheeses.