cyanuric acid

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cy·a·nu·ric ac·id

(sī'ă-nyūr'ik as'id),
A cyclic product formed by heating urea; used industrially and as an herbicide.
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Lastly, we did not collect measurements of cyanuric acid levels during this outbreak; however, including them might have provided additional information regarding risk for delayed pathogen inactivation.
In fact, concurrent administration of melamine and cyanuric acids results in acute toxicity due to the formation of insoluble product i.
To minimize the impact matrix may have on the response of melamine and cyanuric acid, it is good practice to develop a method that utilizes labeled reference standards of both melamine and cyanuric acid as internal standards.
Cyanuric acid (stabilizer) levels also can impact readings taken by an ORP sensor, as can salt-pool chlorinators.
Of late, these arguments have even taken on environmental strains because endothermics leave no ammonia or cyanuric acid byproducts.
The new finding involves mixing combustion gases with isocyanic acid (HNCO), a gas formed when the nontoxic cyanuric acid, or (HNCO).
In 2007, AB SCIEX addressed the global crisis surrounding melamine and cyanuric acid present in wheat gluten added to pet food, which resulted in the fatalities of several cats and dogs.
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chlorine and cyanuric acid concentrations, pH) collected by environmental health practitioners during inspections, which are particularly valuable when readings that are too low have different public health implications than those when readings are too high;
Previous recommendations for hyperchlorinating and responding to diarrheal incidents in the presence of chlorine stabilizer permitted cyanuric acid concentrations of up to 50 ppm (2).
The urea curve presents three endothermic events related to the formation of biuret, formation of cyanuric acid and product decomposition [41, 42].
Stabilizer or cyanuric acid is used to slow the reaction of chlorine in the presence of UV light (sunlight).