Chlorhydric

Chlor`hy´dric


a.1.(Chem.) Same as Hydrochloric.
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Cestodes were stained with Langeron's alcoholic chlorhydric carmine, dehydrated and clarified in Beechwood creosote, mounted in Canada balsam (Eiras et al., 2006) and identified according to Palm (1995, 1997) and Palm and Walter (2000), Campbell and Beveridge (1994) and Chandra (1986).
Krokodil is an opioid made from codeine pills and easy access chemical substances: phosphorus, gasoline, iodine and chlorhydric acid, among others.
An intense yellow color was produced in the plant extract, which became colorless on addition of a few drops of dilute chlorhydric acid which indicates the presence of flavonoids.
and 93.33% mortalities of engorged nymphs and adults of Boophilus microplus Canst., respectively Stemona tuberosa 5% of chlorhydric acid extracts killed Lour.
After filtration of the previous reaction mix, the collected liquid fraction was neutralized with HCl chlorhydric acid (6 M), until reaching a pH about 5.5 and then precipitated with 450 mL of ethanol (95[degrees] alcoholic degree).
Jiang, "Preparation of polyaluminum chloride from waste chlorhydric acid and poor quality Kaolin," Environmental Protection of Chemical Industry, vol.
For the precipitation of the proteins in the samples, 100 [micro]L of 10% ZnS[O.sub.4] and 100 [micro]L of 0.5 N NaOH were added to one mg of protein from the adipocyte homogenate and centrifuged at 7155 xg; the supernatant was suspended in 1.5 mL of reaction mixture (300 mM acetate buffer pH 3.6, 20 mM hexahydrate of ferric chloride, 10 mM of 2,4,6 Tris-2-pyridil-s-triazine dissolved in 40 mM chlorhydric acid (HCl) were added in a relation of 10:1:1 v/v, resp.); the mixture was shaken vigorously in vortex for 5 sec.
A possible way is the conversion of used frying oils with acid catalyst (chlorhydric acid, sulphuric acid, acid ion-exchange resin).
DOC solutions were produced by reaction of chlorite anion with chlorhydric acid in stoichiometric excess.
To study Alcyan Blue positivity, sections were stained with Alcyan Blue solution (1.0 g Alcyan Blue 8GX stain in 100 mL, 0.1N chlorhydric acid) for 30 min., dried with filter paper, dehydrated, cleared and mounted.
After filtration, the obtained solution was concentrated in vacuo to yield a residue, which was dissolved in a chlorhydric acid solution (3%).
Prior to identification, they were counted (cestodes were carefully isolated and counted one by one), stained with alcoholic chlorhydric carmine, and mounted in Canada balsam.