Cleaner castings were obtained from heats with higher levels of oxidizable
elements after decarburization.
Sterile drinking water was generated by a dedicated water purification system (Millipore Rios 16 with ELIX UV/Progard 2) that reduces oxidizable
organics to < 1% of source levels.
85 V is attributed to guanine oxidatiuon, a usual biomarker for biodensors (41), the easiest oxidizable
of DNA nitrogenated bases (34).
Therefore, applying these methods for analysis of semicoke leachates or eluates can not give reliable results if the other oxidizable
sulphur species, such as thiosulphate or sulphite, are present.
The reference peptide mixtures should have a range of mass and elution times on LC-MS and be free of oxidizable
residues that compromise chemical stability.
Succinate (5 mM) was used as oxidizable
substrate in 1.
Carbon (TOC): Per current USP requirements under Purified Water after flushing.
When you test natural antioxidants in-vitro, it is important to consider the system composition, the type of oxidizable
substrate, the mode of accelerating oxidation, the methods that may be used to assess oxidation and how to quantify antioxidant activity.
Although phenolic compounds (phenol, p-cresol, 2,3-xylenol, 3,4-xylenol) are easily oxidizable
by ozone, complete mineralization to C[O.
The study, according to Carpenter, suggest that the decreased violence of the reaction may have an influence on the recoveries of oxidizable
Examples of these tests are chemical oxygen demand (COD), a measurement of oxidizable
material in a sample by forced oxidation with potassium dichromate ([K.
We interpret this result as being indicative of an excellent bound antioxidant distribution in the amorphous polymer phase resulting in essentially only one uniformly oxidizable