solvating agent

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an agent that converts something into a solvate

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On the basis of comparative analysis of physical properties (dielectric constant, dipole moment, polarity, and hydrogen bond acceptor/donor ability) of ethanol and DMSO it has been concluded that in aqueou smedia DMSO is amore effective solvating agent for hydrophobic (nonpolar) pyrene than ethanol.
Formation of quantum dots will never be over 15 min of a reaction of these nuclei with a suitable solvating agent (ethylene glycol, dimethyl sulfoxide, octadecene, dodecanethiol, dimethylformamide, and tetraethyl orthosilicate).
Caption: FIGURE 5: Hydrodynamic diameter of prepared TiQDTs for different solvating agents.
Renishaw has now chosen to employ Novec fluids, with a specially selected solvating agent, for precision component cleaning throughout all its UK operations.
In stage one, the solvating agent is stimulated to dissolve contaminants by the bailing action of the Novec fluid and ultrasonic agitation.
The new automated process comprises two stage co-solvent cleaning with a combination of the HFE-based Novec solvent and a hydrocarbon solvating agent, using Microsolve equipment from Kerry Ultrasonics.
In stage one, the high grade steel and aluminium alloy components are immersed in the Novec fluid and solvating agent. Here, the agitation of the hydrocarbon, by the boiling Novec fluid and ultrasonics, offers greater cleaning efficiency in taking up oil, grease and carbon, without the aggressive action of chlorinated or bromide solvents.
The new machine uses an environmentally friendly, specially blended mixture of 3M's Novec HFE 71 IPA and a hydrocarbon solvating agent. While its forerunner required topping-up on a daily basis, the Microsolve 350 needs only a single weekly replenishment.
Wenzel (chemistry, Bates College) describes chiral NMR derivatizing solvating agents, metal-based reagents and liquid crystals and explains the compounds for which they can be used for analysis.