evolution of carbon dioxide

evolution of carbon dioxide

n.
An expression of the rate at which carbon dioxide is produced by the body, usually given as the microliters of carbon dioxide produced in 1 hour by 1 milligram dry weight of tissue.
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Above about 70% RH, bubble formation caused by increased evolution of carbon dioxide may result in reduction of gloss or even noticeable blisters, bubbles and pops.
In comparison, lanthanum carbonate tetra hydrate, which has already been submitted for approval to the United States FDA for phosphate control, shows immediate evolution of carbon dioxide when exposed to the same stomach acid conditions.
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