unhydrolysed

unhydrolysed

(ʌnˈhaɪdrəˌlaɪzd) or

unhydrolyzed

adj
(Chemistry) not having undergone hydrolysis
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The pH of hydrolysate was adjusted to 4.5 with 1.0 mol/L HCl solution to precipitate the unhydrolysed CSP and then centrifuged at 14,300 xg (30 min, 4[degrees]C), and the supernatant was lyophilized and stored under -20[degrees]C before further use.
Polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) is prepared by hydrolysis of polyvinyl acetate (PVAc), usually leaving a small fraction of unhydrolysed acetate groups in the macromolecule chain structure that contribute to PVA stabilization, preventing depolymerisation [28, 29].
where Hp is the protein content in ultrasound pretreated hydrolysed sample and Rp is the protein content of the rapeseed protein (unhydrolysed and without sonication).
The content of quercetin, kaempferol and isorhamnetin in unhydrolysed and hydrolysed extracts of five ginkgo leaf samples, four tablet samples and four capsule samples is shown in Table 1.
However, unhydrolysed samples of one tablet (T3-AU) and two capsules (C2-AU and C3-AU) contained high levels of quercetin (range 2.48-7.42 [per thousand]) and kaempferol (range 1.84-7.50 [per thousand]), whereas the same samples contained only very low concentrations (0.01 [per thousand]) of isorhamnetin.
The PGA band obtained using unhydrolysed sample indicated the polymer was of high molecular weight and polydisperse as indicated by smear obtained if high concentration of PGA is used and concentrated staining near high molecular weight location.
The C peak, found in the spectra of both treated and untreated films, may come from the residual carbon of the precursor solution such as unhydrolysed alkoxide or hydrocarbon groups from the surrounding environment, possibly created during the sample handling process.
The reaction was stopped by adding 1.0 ml of 1 N HCl and the amount of starch left unhydrolysed was determined by adding 3 ml of KI solution.
Some piglet trials comparing the feeding of unhydrolysed proteins with hydrolyzed proteins showed either similar (Caine, 1997) or increased (Vente-Spreeuwenberg et al., 2004) growth rates.
The unhydrolysed urea-N concentration at different time intervals was used to calculate the first-order urea hydrolysis rate constant (Kumar and Wagenet 1984).
After 24 h at FC, 28 and 34% and at flooding, 33 and 39% of the added urea remained unhydrolysed at control and 75 ESP soils, respectively.
During macropore flow, urine N may be leached through the soil in the form of unhydrolysed urea.