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i·on·ize

(ī'on-īz),
To separate into ions; to dissociate atoms or molecules into electrically charged atoms or radicals.

ionize

[ī′ənīz]
Etymology: Gk, ienai + izein, to cause
to separate or change into ions. See also ion.

ion·ize

(ī'on-īz)
To separate into ions; to dissociate atoms or molecules into electrically charged atoms or radicals.

ionize

to convert into ions.
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Methods for estimating the bioconcentration factor of ionizable organic chemicals.
This report describes the preparation of a novel type of cross-linking monomers, which have both polymerizable groups and ionizable ligand (surface-binding) groups intramolecularly connected by means of hydrolytically stable ether (- C - O - C -) linkages, for use in polymerizable formulations for subsequent testing of the long-term goal.
The purpose of this research project is to "see" what percent of ionizable residues are buried by creating a computer program.
Alternatively, employing pH gradience can actively entrap water-soluble actives that have ionizable amine functions that can result in trapping efficiencies approaching 100%.
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4, its only ionizable group (-OH) remained in protonated form (neutral compound) which eliminates the role of electrostatic interactions in the 6-shogaol-HSA system.
The hydrophilic nature of hydrogel materials is due to the presence of polar and/or ionizable groups such as --OH, --N[H.
The subject of the public contract is the supply of capillary electrophoresis for separation mainly ionic and ionizable substances, to a lesser extent also for separations of neutral compounds in research on multidimensional separation techniques in liquid fEizi.
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log D values in table 1 ** MSI = mass selective ion (positive mode [M+1]) *** NI = not ionizable both in positive and negative mode using HPLC/electrospray technique Table 6--list of aqueous extracted compounds reported in the literature along with molecular formula and mass as well as calculated Log D values Mol.
C3 (Critical Cleanliness Control) is a localized extraction system that permits ionizable ionic and organic residues to be solubilized under normal humidity exposure and voltage conditions in a specific component location.
Van der Waals force must dominate the scene until particles reach intimate enough contact for dipole-dipole forces between associated ionizable groups, hydrogen bonding, and other short-range forces of adhesion to come into play.