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IP6

abbr.
inositol hexakisphosphate
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Table 4--Outer Loadings from PLS INDICATOR Analytical Process Analytical Leadership Innovation Strategy E1 0,863 E2 0,674 E3 0,836 E4 0,784 IP1 0,837 IP2 0,838 IP3 0,748 IP4 0,781 IP5 0,784 IP6 0,720 IP7 0,789 L1 0,871 L2 0,718 L3 0,742 Source: From the authors (2016).
Another main feature of the smartphone is IP6 certification for protection from dust and IP5 and IP8 certification for water resistance.
A propos de protection de l'appareil, le Galaxy S5 est resistant a l'eau et a la poussiere, avec une certification IP6. Il comprend egalement un lecteur d'empreintes digitales, un verrouillage d'ecran biometrique securise et une experience de paiement mobile sans danger pour les consommateurs.
Variable Factors F1 (KTM) F2 (IDM) F3 (PDV) F4 (COM) IP1 0.944 IP2 0.891 IP3 0.923 IP4 0.896 IP5 0.785 IP6 0.874 IP7 0.924 IP8 0.899 IP9 0.873 IP10 0.792 PI11 0.813 PI12 0.869 PI13 0.863 PI14 0.841 IP15 0.849 IP16 0.868 IP17 0.877 IP18 0.825 IP19 0.813 Table 3: Assessment of reliability of measurement model.
Phytases (myo-inositol 1,2,3,4,5,6-hexakisphosphate phosphohydrolase) belongs to a special group of phosphatases which can hydrolyse phytate (myo-inositol 1,2,3,4,5,6-hexafcisphosphate, IP6) to inositol phosphates, inorganic phosphorus, and myo-inositol [1].
Inositol hexaphosphate, or IP6, is a phytochemical found in cereals, soy, legumes, and other fiber-rich foods.
The study compared mice fed with of inositol hexaphosphate (IP6), a major component of high-fiber diets, to control mice that were not.
We have developed a novel CPC using inositol phosphate [([C.sub.6][H.sub.6](OP[O.sub.3][H.sub.2]).sub.6]; IP6) as a chelating agent [8-11].
Phytic acid or 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 inositol hexakisphosphate (IP6) is a negatively charged molecule in a wide pH range, with 12 replaceable protons (TSAO et al., 1997).