Calcium Soap

A descriptive term for the often numerous chalky, white-to-pale yellow, rounded lenticular precipitates caused by lipase-induced fat necrosis, which cover the peritoneum and pancreas. These millet seed-sized masses are classically associated with acute pancreatitis, and seen on gross examination of the peritoneal surface of the abdominal cavity
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Reduced heat energy as a result of lower microbial fermentation and less energy loss by calcium soap may be the other reason for higher ME intake of lambs in Ca-soap group.
1991) reported higher digestion of fatty acids in calcium soap owing to lower ruminal bio hydrogenation and subsequently higher levels of unsaturated fatty acids in intestinal chime.
It has been widely reported that calcium soap can prolong the long-term thermal stability of PVC (20).
03 per side) Matt Yes Yes Gloss None None Table 4: Performance of coated paper surface Performance test Metallic soap Ink Color Water retention retention resistance Calcium soap EX EX VH Copper soap EX EX VH Cobalt soap EX EX VH Iron soap EX EX VH EX = Excellent, VH = Very high.
Vestowax AS-1550 PE wax containing a calcium soap, essentially internal acting.
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Vestowax AS-1550 - Polyethylene wax containing a calcium soap, essentially internal acting.
Vestowax AS-1550--Polyethylene wax containing a calcium soap, essentially internal acting.
The researchers concluded that the FOG deposition was mainly due to the saponification reaction that produces calcium soaps.
These include sodium, lithium, and calcium soaps that can act as nucleating agents, flow improvers, and mold releases in clear rigid PVC (film, bottles) and engineering plastics, including polyesters, nylon, styrenics, PPO, and PPS.