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sorb

 [sorb]
to attract and retain substances by absorption or adsorption.

sorb

(sorb) to attract and retain substances by absorption or adsorption.

sorb

to attract and retain substances by absorption or adsorption.
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The grafting reaction was carried out in an ampoule, where the irradiated sample was placed inside the ampoule and immersed with sorbic acid solution of known concentration.
Celanese (NYSE:CE) stated on Wednesday that it intends to raise the price of potassium sorbate and sorbic acid sold globally with effect from 1 July 2015, or as contracts allow.
Many of the dairy producers interviewed by Executive sympathized with Khoury Dairy, especially when they considered the underhand competition it supposedly faces, with the LBCI show only running adverts for a dairy not singled out for Natamycin or sorbic acids.
The liquid fraction consisted of a mixture of water, glycerol, and both sodium sulfite and sorbic acid (K-salt) for both SP and SP.
The feed acidifiers market could be segmented into three major categories, on the basis of acid types into: Sorbic acid, Citric acid, Butyric acid, Acetic acid, Tartaric acid, Lactic acid, Malic acid, Formic acid, Fumaric acid, Propionic acid, and Benzoic acid, and on the basis of its end users into: Pig farming, Poultry, Cattle farming and others.
EPA 2008), APOs stated that reproductive and developmental toxicity testing was not needed for 2,4-hexadienoic acid, (E,E)- (also known as sorbic acid), as several multi-generation studies in mice and rats (e.
Fuchs, Food preservatives sodium sulfite and sorbic acid suppress mitogen-stimulated peripheral blood mononuclear cells, Food Chem.
Only one ingredient in the Twinkie is added solely for preservative effect: sorbic acid.
Voting through the European Commission's proposals at the Standing Committee on Organic Farming, on 8 February, member states agreed on a strict list of practices that organic wine producers can employ, including a ban on the use of sorbic acid and desulfurication methods, used as a filter to treat conventional wines.