solubilization


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solubilization

(ˌsɒljʊbəlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

solubilisation

n
(Chemistry) the process whereby something becomes soluble or more soluble
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In the pharmaceutical market, these products are used for solubilization, emulsification and lubrication to improve drug delivery and enhance bioavailability.
In the pharmaceutical market, these products are used for a wide-array of applications including: solubilization, emulsification and lubrication to improve drug delivery and enhance bioavailability.
Evaluation of Zinc solubilization potential by different strains of Fluorescent Pseudomonads.
The time-consuming and expensive nature of this process has paved the way for the development of a new high-throughput screen (HTS) method that can optimize the selection of appropriate solubilization excipients.
2], can produce phytohormones, control pathogens, act in solubilization of minerals containing phosphorus (P) and potassium (K), contributing to plant growth.
Carbonate bearing sulphidic ore from Rammelsberg mine in Goslar, Germany containing Cu, Fe, and Zn was tested for solubilization with strains of Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans and Acidithiobacillus thiooxidans alone and in combination.
fluorescens with dual activities of ACC-deaminase and P solubilization more effectively enhanced various plant traits of wheat as against its counterpart with that had only ACC-deaminase activity (Tables 2 and 3).
Mineral potassium solubilization by microbes which enhances crop growth and yield when applied with a cheaper source of rock potassium may be agronomically more useful and environmentally more feasible than soluble K (Rajan et al.
The method uses a water solubilization mechanism for complete removal of water measured down to molecular level.
Mineralogical knowledge of rocks as potential sources of plant nutrients is essential to predicting their weathering behavior according to the Goldich dissolution series (Goldich, 1938), which, in turn, aids in the development of methods to promote mineral dissolution or solubilization with a consequent nutrient release.
For nitrogen fixation and nutrient solubilization, PGPR and PSB are projected to become an important part of biostimulant formulations.
Ninol CAA enables the solubilization of fragrances and dissolves various organic materials at room temperature due to a large Hansen Solubility sphere, while still demonstrating excellent viscosity and foaming performance.