4) with acetonitrile as the organic solvent
on Zorbax 300SB-Diphenyl was similar to that on Zorbax 300SBCN, and the sorption strength decreased as the stationary phase changed from C3 to diphenyl to CN to C8.
The published evidence approach indicated several additional associations between congenital heart defects and exposure to organic solvents
Thermogravimetric (TG) curves of SF treated with different organic solvents
were showed in Figure 6.
2003, "Isolation of Paenibacillus illinoisensis that produces cyclodextrin glucanotransferase resistant to organic solvents
These findings also suggest that organic solvents
probably adversely affect brain development in some children, resulting in effects similar to those of other occupational toxins such as lead and mercury.
The room-temperature molten salts based on dialkylimidazolium cation are good candidates for EOF modifiers in organic solvents
because of their good stability in air and in water, and miscibility with most solvents used in NACE.
Report co-author Dr Nicola Cherry, from Canada's University of Alberta concluded: 'Exposure to organic solvents
is common both at work and in recreational pursuits.
With increasingly stringent controls on the use and disposal of traditional organic solvents
, the use of superheated water offers environmental advantages.
Historically, coatings have been formulated with a blend of organic solvents
Water-based release agents may lead to changes in production cycles simply because water dries slower than the organic solvents
Resin-coated shell sand contains no organic solvents
, making it low in content and emission of volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
Conventional large-scale production of polymeric microspheres utilizing numerous processing steps and large quantities of organic solvents
is very time consuming, costly and inefficient.