antifoaming


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antifoaming

(ˌæntɪˈfəʊmɪŋ) or

antifoam

adj
acting to prevent the formation of foam
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PFPiAs and PFPAs with chain lengths of x = 6, 8, 10, 12 and y = 6, 8 (x + y [less than or equal to] 18 for PFPiAs) have been identified together in commercial mixtures for use as wetting agents in consumer products and have also been used as antifoaming additives to pesticide formulations (D'eon et al.
But this requires an antifoaming agent to suppress the large amount of bubbles created during cooking.
Other Additives (UV stabilizers, thickeners, antifoaming agents)
They are also used in plasticizers, as antifoaming agents in lubricants and hydraulic fluids, and in flame retardants.
PAO are generally nonionic surfactants with excellent wetting, antifoaming properties, nonbiodegradability and weak mechanical strength.
It's also an industrial solvent and an ingredient in adhesives, antifoaming agents, plastics and lubricants.
Antifoaming agent, surfactant, dispersant, rheological agent, and photoinitiator are the additives in water-based coatings, and each one has its own important role even if they are in small quantities in those formulations.
Miinzing specializes in antifoaming and defoaming agents.
The culture medium of the supernatant was PFHM-II (protein-free additives) pluronic C, antifoaming, NS0 cell line components, and Nimotuzumab.
Among the additives are sweeteners, food color and color retention agents, antifoaming agents, glazing agents, and probiotic foods and dietary supplements.
The effluent is composed of free and emulsified oils, surfactants and co-surfactants, emulsifying agents, antifoaming agents, bactericides, rust inhibitors and solvents [2].