activating agent


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(mineral extraction) a surface-active chemical used in flotation process to increase the attraction to a specific mineral

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S2 was converted to activated carbon using zinc chloride and sulphuric acid as activating agent.
A single-step production was adopted where by carbonization and activation by thermal decomposition of the raw material already impregnated with activating agent was carried out.
2] as an activating agent resulting in increased the surface area while in this study [H.
This fact showed that there was no significant influence of the activating agent in the production of activated carbons from mixtures of sugarcane bagasse and molasses.
Recent studies have shown that physical mixing of the activating agent and staring carbonaceous material instead of impregnation was much more effective for porosity development of alkaline activation.
The activation of the gels was carried out by placing the carbon aerogel in a tubular furnace under a flow of the activating agent.
Simply swab the biopsy channel of the scope with the included cotton-tipped long probe; clip off the cotton swab into green-capped vial; then mix in the activating agent, shake vigorously, wait 20 seconds and check for a color change to blue/green.
Devanand has used low-dose atypical antipsychotics adjunctively, particularly the activating agent aripiprazole.
The story's activating agent, the man who intrudes on the villagers' loss, is Mitchell Stevens (Ian Holm), a big-city lawyer who wants to bring a class action suit on their behalf.
Then mix in the activating agent, shake vigorously, wait 20 second and check for a color change to blue/green.
Again, he says, either of two factors may be at work here: Increased flow may bring the vessel wall or the platelets into closer contact with an activating agent, or it may knock more platelets against the vessel wall, where they stick.
However, in chemical activation the carbonization of the precursor materials is carried out at comparatively low temperature (400-700 C) in the presence of a chemical activating agent.
Simply swab the biopsy channel of the scope with the included cotton-tipped long probe, clip off the cotton swab into green-capped vial, then mix in the activating agent, shake vigorously, wait 20 second and check for a color change to blue/green.
The poster was titled "GCS-100, a Galectin 3 Antagonist, Is a Novel Caspase-9 Apoptosis Activating Agent for the Treatment of Indolent B-Cell Malignancies.
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