activating agent


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activating agent

Embryology
A factor used in embryology to induce regional (archencephalic) development.

Immunology
IL-1.
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2] atmosphere at 500[degrees]C for 1 hour and then the char was physically mixed with an activating agent.
The type of activating agent, ratio of activating agent/precursor, activation temperature, and precarbonization were the main parameters.
Among them, type of activating agent and activating agent/sawdust ratio, activation temperature, and precarbonization have been studied.
Recent studies have shown that physical mixing of the activating agent and staring carbonaceous material instead of impregnation was much more effective for porosity development of alkaline activation.
In this study, we present the effect of different parameters involved in the alkaline activation process, including activating agent type, precarbonization, activation temperature, and mass ratio of activating agent to raw materials, on the porosity of the final AC.
Chemical activation process is a one-step method with the activating agents such as zinc chloride (ZnCl2), potassium hydroxide (KOH) and phosphoric acid (H3PO4) is mixed into the raw material and the end product is washed to remove the excess chemicals [6].
Israeli media said he spent much of his career recruiting and activating agents.
The results of adsorption capacities of the activated carbon produced using different activating agents are summarized in Table 3.
We will present data from ATR-IR experiment in which live cells were examined after activation using two different activating agents.
In addition, PLT response to activating agents was tested by their CD62 expression after activation by ADP (final concentration, 20 [micro]mol/L).

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