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dehydrogenate

 [de-hi´dro-jen-āt″]
to remove hydrogen from a molecule.

de·hy·dro·gen·ate

(dē'hī-dro'jen-āt),
To subject to dehydrogenation.

dehydrogenate

(dē′hī-drŏj′ə-nāt′, dē-hī′drə-jə-)
tr.v. dehydrogen·ated, dehydrogen·ating, dehydrogen·ates
To remove hydrogen from.

de·hy′dro·gen·a′tion n.

dehydrogenate

to remove hydrogen atoms, as in the oxidation processes.

dehydrogenate

to remove hydrogen from.
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The decrease can been related to a collapse of the intergallery chains of the surfactant (dimethyl, dehydrogenated tallow, quaternary ammonium) between the MLS plates and a transition from pendant bilayers to a lateral monolayer.
It is an organic treated montmorillonite with the modifier dimethyl, dehydrogenated tallow, quaternary ammonium salt.
The clay is produced by treating unmodified montmorillonite (MMT) with dimethyl, dehydrogenated tallow quaternary ammonium chloride with a d spacing of 2.
The Cloisite 15A was often used to promote the exfoliated level of MMT in polymer matrix owing to the existence of dimethyl dehydrogenated tallow quaternary ammonium as an organic modifier.
The alkyl modification consists of dimethyl, dehydrogenated tallow, and quaternary ammonium ions as shown in Scheme 1.
This clay is produced by treating unmodified MMT (Montmorillonite) with Dimethyl, dehydrogenated tallow quaternary ammonium chloride and has a basal or d spacing of 2.
b) 2M2HT, dimethyl, dehydrogenated tallow (~65%, C18; 30%, C16; 5%, C14, like stearic acid), quaternary ammonium.