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Precipitation of unbound antigen along with an antigen-antibody complex; may occur particularly when a soluble complex is precipitated by a second antibody specific for the Fc fragment of the immunoglobulin of the complex.
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Soleimani said that next, cobalt alumina nano pigments were produced through co-precipitation method in the presence of surfactants, cetyltrimethylammonium bromide (CTAB), polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP), and a combination of PVP and CTAB.
The main aspects of sol-gel chemistry and interfacial chemistry are explained, followed by techniques such as co-precipitation and immobilization.
The nanocomposite studied in this research has been synthesized through co-precipitation method by using cheap pre-cursors.
Fine powder composites of zirconia, partially stabilisied by calcia and hydroxyapatite were prepared by co-precipitation technique through the mixing of an alcoholic solution of calcium nitrate and zirconium nitrate and an aqueous solution of calcium nitrate and diammonium hydrogen phosphate (6).
The thermodynamics and kinetics of amorphous silica and calcium oxalate co-precipitation in water and sugar media are evaluated, and composite fouling experiments are performed on Australian sugar mill evaporators, in a novel set-up simulating the effect of feed concentrations in successive stages of the evaporator system within one run.
Current PLA/HA composites are prepared by several different methods such as direct blending using non-modified HA, solution co-precipitation (5-7), emulsion (8), and mechanical mixing (9-10).
The main objective of the research was to synthesize, characterize and evaluate the properties of copper cobaltite nanostructures, which had been produced through various methods such as sol-gel, hydrothermal, co-precipitation, urea combustion, oxalate degradation, and so on.
Removal of radionuclides was achieved simultaneously by three different mechanisms: co-precipitation with iron hydroxide flocks, adsorption onto in situ formed manganese dioxide, and filtration through Mn[O.
ex at Selective sequestration of strontium in desmid green algae by biogenic co-precipitation with barite.
The co-precipitation of As (V) with Fe (III) is considered an environmentally more acceptable method for the treatment of arsenic effluent.
However, apart from the labour-intensive preparation, Carrez precipitation suffers from co-precipitation, inclusions and enhanced sugar decomposition.