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an acid derivative of cellulose

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Abbreviations AA Acrylic acid AMPS 2-Acryloy lamino-2-methy 1-1 -propanesul- fonic acid APT Attapulgite CMC Sodium carboxymethylcellulose NNMBA N, A'-Methylenebisacrylamide PEG polyethylene glycol [V.
Gelatin and HMP products were more effective than carboxymethylcellulose in preventing syneresis (separation) and have a beneficial influence on product stability and mouth-feel in drinkable yogurts.
Object of study was vegetative analogue to pharmaceutical gelatin: carboxymethylcellulose CMC Akutsel 3265.
The immobilized yeast cells were found to be reusable for 15 cycles with bacterial cellulose-alginate sponge [77], 10 cycles under very high gravity fermentation [29, 31], 10 cycles with decrement of ethanol concentration after 7 cycles [27], using sugar cane bagasse as a supporting material, 4 cycles in carboxymethylcellulose [75], 3 cycles in lyophilized cellulose gel [34], and 3 cycles in luffa spongy discs [30].
Abbreviations: A, Accept; CMC, carboxymethylcellulose; CMC+ dye, carboxymethylcellulose + dye; ER, Extraoral Reject; IR, Intraoral Reject.
With the ability to be worn up to seven days, hydrofiber dressings are composed of sodium carboxymethylcellulose.
20% phenol mucilage was obtained by combining 8ml phenol with 32ml of 1% carboxymethylcellulose sodium mucilage.
We used two artificial salivas, artificial saliva I (AS I)--Salivan[R] (Apsen, Sao Paulo, Brazil), which is composed of carboxymethylcellulose, and artificial saliva II (AS II), Biotene[R] (GlaxoSmithKline, Moon Township, USA) consisting of glucose oxidase, lactoferrin, lysozyme and lactoperoxidase.
An aqueous (20%) slurry of sodium carboxymethylcellulose (NaCMC) (Commercial grade, as a 10% aqueous slurry gives a viscosity of 65 dPa at 28[degrees]C) was made homogeneous by stirring with 1 per cent expanded polystyrene beads as floating agent and required quantity of 20 per cent EC.
The best results were obtained with a combination of 2% SBG and carboxymethylcellulose (CMC), the latter being used in several of the commercial wound treatment hydrogels on the market, like Intrasite from Smith & Nephew (LON: SN) and in the wound healing drug Regranex.
The best results were obtained with a combination of 2% SBG and carboxymethylcellulose (CMC), which is used in several of the wound-treatment hydrogels on the market, including Intrasite from Smith & Nephew (LON: SN) and Regranex.
Prior to the first lab session, carboxymethylcellulose agar plates should be prepared (12 per student group) according to the following recipe to make 3 L of agar (120 plates, for a class of 30 students): 15.
No Process Composition 1 Sizing Starch, waxes, carboxymethylcellulose, polyvinyl alcohol 2 Desizing Starch, glucose, carboxymethylcellulose, polyvinyl alcohol, fats and waxes 3 Scouring Caustic soda, waxes, grease, soda ash, sodium silicate, fibres, surfactants, sodium phosphate 4 Bleaching Hypochlorite, chlorine, caustic soda, hydrogen peroxide, acids, surfactants, sodium phosphate 5 Mercerising Caustic soda 6 Dyeing Various dyes, mordants, reducing agents, acetic acid, soap 7 Printing Pastes, stanch, gums, oil, mordants, acids, soaps 8 Finishing Inorganic salts, toxic compounds Sr.