Herisau


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Herisau

(German ˈheːrizau)
n
(Placename) a town in NE Switzerland, capital of Appenzell Outer Rhodes demicanton. Pop: 15 882 (2000)
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SRC is a private company and is based in CH-9100 Herisau, Poststrasse 1 in Switzerland and is led by Jochen Staiger, CEO.
Von Adrian Gabathuler, Schtzenstrasse 1, 9100 Herisau, Schweiz
The pH of that buffer solution was 8.1 to 8.2 and pH measurement was performed with a digital pH meter (827 pH lab, Metrohm AG, Herisau, Switzerland).
A Metrohm 797 VA Computrace (Herisau, Switzerland) equipped to three electrode system consisting of hanging mercury drop electrode as working electrode, platinum (Pt) as auxiliary electrode, and Ag/AgCl as reference electrode was used in estimation of Cd and Pb.
tenellum, were added, with an initial reaction volume of 5 mL, and incubated in the pH-stat (Metrohom 842 Titrando, Herisau, Switzerland) at pH 8, for 30 min at 25[degrees]C, under stirring (120 rpm).
Total titratable acidity, TA (g citric acid [L.sup.-1]), was also determined by automatic titration (877 Titrino plus, Metrohm, Herisau, Switzerland) with 0.1 N NaOH up to pH 8.1, using 1mL diluted juice in 25mL distilled water.
To evaluate oxidative stability depending on physicochemical properties of treeborne seed oils, a rancimat (892 Professional rancimat, Metrohm AG, Herisau, Switzerland) instrument was used.
Luego, con la ayuda de un pH metro (Modelo 827 pH Lab, Metrohm, Herisau, Suiza) se ajusto el pH de la suspension (9, 10, 11 o 12) con NaOH 2,0 N.
The pH of each emulsion or liquid cleanser was recorded in duplicate using a Metrohm pH meter model 827 (Herisau, Switzerland), according to manufacturer's instructions.
pH meter (781-pH/Ion meter, Metrohm, Herisau Switzerland) with glass electrode and Ag, Ag/Cl internal reference electrode was used to check the pH of samples.
The dry matter content of the standard was performed in triplicate by the Karl Fisher titration method (Bruttel & Schlink, 2006) using the equipment 870 KF Titrino Plus (Metrohm, Herisau, Switzerland).
(43.) This manuscript is associated with the name of Hans Herman Zydler of Herisau, as yet unidentified in my research.