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a.1.(Chem.) Having two atoms or equivalents of calcium to the molecule.
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Table 1--Ingredients inclusion and physical-chemical composition of the experimental diets with different sources of phosphorus: (1) dicalcium phosphate (DP)--reference diet, (2) meat and bone meal (MBM), (3) poultry meal (PM), (4) anchovy meal (AM), (5) tilapia filleting industrial meal (TM), and (6) calcined bone meal (CBM).
High doses, beyond improving the birds' growth, produce economic advantages, as more robust nutritional matrix can be taken into account (available phosphorus [avP], Ca, and Na), where the partial or total replacement of dicalcium phosphate in diet may be an alternative, translating into improved economic efficiency [6].
NOMNOMNOW Tasty Turkey: Ground turkey, eggs, brown Oakland, CA rice, carrots, spinach, dicalcium phosphate, (415) 991-0669 calcium carbonate, salt, fish oil, vinegar, nomnomnow.com citric acid, taurine, and more vitamins and minerals.
[8] It is composed of tricalcium silicate, dicalcium silicate, calcium carbonate, zirconium oxide, and iron oxide in powder form.
As a result their feed is supplemented with inorganic phosphorous, most commonly applied in the form of a non-renewable resource, dicalcium phosphate (DCP), which is mined at great cost and environmental expense.
Belite or dicalcium silicate imparts late age strength and begins hydrating much later than alite for an extended, indefinite period.
(1) The hydration reaction in the filling slurry of tailings mainly includes the hydration of tricalcium silicate, dicalcium silicate, tricalcium aluminate, and iron-based solid solutions [32].
We previously reported that following coculture with the murine RAW 264.7 cell line, dicalcium silicate coating material and silicon, calcium, and other released ions showed no obvious cytotoxicity effects on RAW 264.7 cells; however, there was a potential proinflammatory response, and it increased the release of inflammatory factors [1].
The alkalinization of the medium and release of calcium ions are related to the formation of portlandite (calcium hydroxide) by tricalcium silicate and dicalcium silicate during the setting time of MTA.
Micronized hydrocortisone powder ~50 [micro]m (Sigma Aldrich, USA), commercial 10 mg hydrocortisone tablets (Auden McKenzie, UK), calcium chloride (Fischer Scientific, UK), dicalcium phosphate (Sujian Modern Chemical, China), hydroxypropyl methylcellulose [Methocel 44779 HPMC (viscosity: 40-60 cps, 2% aqueous solution)] (Alpha Aesar, USA), microcrystalline cellulose (Blanver Farmoquimica, Brazil), maize starch (Vasa Pharmachem, India), zinc acetate (Central Drug House, India), dexamethasone injection (Lab Sanderson SA, Chile), gelatin capsule shells (Capsule Connection, USA), ether (Merck, Germany), and freeze dried CPH pectin extracted from minced fresh cocoa pod husks by hot aqueous extraction [18] were used for the study
Products Compositions MTA-angelus (Londrina, Tricalcium silicate, dicalcium PR, Brazil) silicate, tricalcium aluminate, tetracalcium aluminoferrite, bismuth oxide (MSDS) Bioaggregate (Diadent, Tricalcium silicate, dicalcium Burnaby, Canada) silicate, tantalum pentoxide, calcium phosphate monobasic, amorphous silicon oxide (MSDS) Biodentine (Septodont, Tricalcium silicate, dicalcium St.
Only 17 out of the total 55 toothpastes have shown the list of ingredients with their amounts and most of them claim the use of calcium-containing abrasives either in the calcium carbonate or in DCPD (dicalcium phosphate dihydrate) form.