protogenic


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protogenic

(ˌprəʊtəˈdʒɛnɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) chem (of a compound) able to donate a hydrogen ion (proton) in a chemical reaction
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The order of protogenic solvents on adsorption efficiency was acetonitril e>toluene>THF>chloroform>DMSO.
Hosseini, "Alternatives toward proton conductive anhydrous membranes for fuel cells: heterocyclic protogenic solvents comprising polymer electrolytes," Progress in Polymer Science, vol.
Tenere's owner, private investment firm The Watermill Group of Lexington, Mass., acquired Protogenic, Inc.
"In our protogenic division we really look at urethanes as a production work cell, with separate mold making, casting and finishing operations, similar to what you'd see in an injection molding environment," said Bassi.
* Spectrum Plastics Group announces the launch of a new website, which will be a single resource center for customers of its Minneapolis and Connecticut production facilities, along with its Dynacept and Protogenic prototyping divisions.