Although, amylose content is not the only factor determining gelatinization temperature, agronomic practices and environmental factors contribute generally to physicochemical
properties of starch.
Practicing environmental engineers and designers as well as students will find new information here on a variety of physicochemical
water treatment technologies.
a] predictors, now provides the full range of ACD/Labs' physicochemical
predictors to GSK scientists worldwide.
The importance of this additional exposure pathway can be fully assessed when accurate estimates become available for a) soil physicochemical
properties and contamination pattern beneath CCA-treated structures, b) children's daily soil intake values, and c) relative oral bioavailability of arsenic in CCA-contaminated soils.
This finding confers to the specific surface area a physicochemical
aspect unique to this filler.
Triazolone-containing chemical structure; lowest molecular weight of class- -Unique physicochemical
properties drive ability to penetrate and induce apoptosis deep into tumor tissue -
Contract notice: monitoring the physicochemical
and biological quality of calavon waters
However, there's limited information available on the impact flaxseed has on the physicochemical
properties of an extruded bean snack.
They discuss the physicochemical
engineering of nanomedicines, their pharmacokinetics, biocompatibility and biodegradability aspects, representative nanoplatforms (based on lipids, polymers, cyclodextrins, metals, carbon, silica, iron oxides, and others) for efficient drug delivery, and advanced nano-engineering strategies for passive, ligand-mediated, or stimuli-sensitive drug targeting.
The late Abduyev (founder of the Soil Reclamation Laboratory of Azerbaijan SSR's Institute of Soil Sciences and Agricultural Chemistry) presented the results of his research conducted with the saline clay soils of the Karabakh steppe into such issues as salt removal, differentiation and conjugacy of salt masses, changes in physicochemical
and water-physical properties of soils, and productivity of soils leached by various means for select agricultural crops and forage plants.
Nevertheless, there is neither a comprehensive physicochemical
characterization of fonio starch other than the limited characterization of starch obtained from two varieties of fonio [1, 2], nor is there a report on an esterified fonio starch.
Topics include variation of inhibited oxidation parameters in the range of phase transition; kinetics of sulfur vulcanization of 1,4-cis- polyisoprene by differential scanning calorimetry; influence of electric and mechanical forces on the oxidation kinetics and electrocoductive polyisoprene composition properties; physicochemical
properties of a regulatory peptide from the bovine eye lens and effects on cataract development; and regulatory proteins from the mammalian liver that display biological activity at ultra low doses.