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a salt or ester of pyrophosphoric acid

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The second chapter focuses on calcium acid pyrophosphate end-uses, the third one gives summary on a number of patents.
Thus, light emission is proportional to the amount of pyrophosphate produced, which is directly proportional to the number of nucleotides added.
In the 1960s, McCarty et al (12,13) discovered new crystals in the synovial fluid, which were calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate.
botulinum, the scientists took into account a number of variables, including the effects and interactions of temperature, pH, sodium chloride content, sodium pyrophosphate and sodium lactate concentration.
It also makes phosphates including sodium aluminium phosphate (E541) and sodium acid pyrophosphate (E450), used in cakes, processed cheese meat products and beverages.
We then attempted to prepare phosphorylated whey protein isolate by glycation with maltopentaose (MP) through the Maillard reaction and subsequent dry-heating in the presence of pyrophosphate, with the result that some functional properties were improved by phosphorylation after glycation (Li et al.
4 tonnes of ferric pyrophosphate exported to Korea in three shipments over a seven month period between October 2007 and April 2008.
Clinically significant crystals include calcium pyrophosphate crystals that are seen in pseudogout and monosodium urate crystals that are seen in gout.
Sodium pyrophosphate (98 % purity, lot no 1567 )Acetone ( lot no SC4F540157) and used were purchased from Loba chemicals.
Different chemical compositions of electroplating copper baths have been in use, such as alkaline pyrophosphate baths and acid cupric sulfate baths.
Farnesyl and geranylgerranyl pyrophosphate production is reduced by statin therapy.
If you are truly worried, look up these ingredients: sodium aluminum phosphate; mono-calcium phosphate, sodium acid pyrophosphate, and calcium lactate.
At the point of sale, ~30-40% of the fertiliser P is present as OP, 50-55% is present as pyrophosphate (PP), and the remainder exists as tripolyphosphate (TP) and more condensed forms of R The proportion of each P species does not remain constant due to the occurrence of a hydrolysis reaction where more condensed P species react with water to form less condensed forms of R The most important hydrolysis reaction of polyphosphate fertiliser is the conversion of PP to OP, as pyrophosphate is the dominant non-OP form of P in ammonium polyphosphate (APP).
An attractive feature of LAMP is its ability to generate large amounts of white magnesium pyrophosphate precipitate in positive reactions (4).
and his colleagues discovered that a chemical called pyrophosphate is released each time DNA polymerase adds a base to a single strand of DNA.