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cat·i·on·ic

(kat'i-on'ik),
Referring to positively charged ions and their properties.

cation

(kat'i?on) [ cata- + Gr. ion, going]
An ion with a positive electric charge. It is attracted by and travels to the cathode.
See: anion; electrolyte; ioncationic (kat?i?on'ik), adjective

cationic

having qualities dependent on having free cations available.

cationic detergents
are wetting agents that disrupt or damage cell membranes, denature proteins and inactivate enzymes. Examples are the quaternary ammonium compounds.
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Of these elastomers, only bull rubber is polymerized by using cationic methods.
Table 27: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for Cationic Surfactants by Geographic Region- US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Thousand Tons for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-59
The cationic pigment dispersions were prepared using the formulations in Table 1, and the anionic pigments dispersions were prepared using the formulations in Table 2.
divided into two lots - lot 1 50% of the total tons subject to supply (63 t cationic + 50 t anionic) 345 631.
Keyword: Gimini cationic surfactant, Synthesis, Critical micelle concentration, Foam, Corrosion inhibition.
The starch of the cationic modified starch was reacted with the cross-linking agent at a concentration of from about 100 ppm to about 4000 ppm of cross-linking agent by weight of the starch and wherein the cationic modified starch contains water-insoluble carbohydrate between about 1% and 85% of water-insoluble carbohydrate.
6-9) Acrylamide has the unique ability to form high-molecular weight polymers (> 1 million Da), to react with a variety of co-monomers to produce cationic, anionic, nonionic, amphoteric, or zwitterionic polymers, and to produce specialized polymers available through derivatization.
The nanocarriers have been synthesized by producing a copolymer based on cationic silica nanoparticles, and they can play an important role in the reduction of side effects during the treatment and in delivering the anticancer drug to the tumor.
Renewable content, cationic, LED curable, and more--we do it all.
The authors begin by discussing the history of the discovery of these compounds in the 1980s and move on to cover the use of amphiphilic, anionic and cationic AMPs to facilitate cell death in microbes.
The use of solid strong cationic catalysts in this reaction system is advantageous because the catalyst remains as a solid throughout the reaction, allowing simplified separation of the solid catalyst from the soluble amino AMS or amino co-AMS products, resulting in total or near total recovery of the amino AMS or amino co-AMS products, as well as virtual total recovery of the catalyst for recycling.
As a result of its focus on R&D, the company produces a full range of packaging inks, including free radical and cationic UV inks, which is fairly unique.

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