2 When an enzyme and substrate combine, their interaction causes a chemical change
within the substrate - in this case, for example, splitting it into two bits.
A comprehensive chemical change
will take effect about one to three minutes further down the line (9-11 minutes of roasting), with a correspondingly marked darkening in bean color.
2) The scientific consensus is that the image is a result of a chemical change
in the linen cellulose fibrils which has been produced by a thermal/chemical means.
Pauli says chemical change
does take place when products are irradiated, but that the levels of toxins like benzene are so low as to be of no concern.
Later, at 1112 [degrees] F (600 [degrees] C) a chemical change
starts to take place, removing the water that is part of the chemical structure of clay.
The aging process of rubber is logically a chemical change
ultimately manifesting itself in a physical shift of mechanical properties.
Section VII: Reactivity Information - A substance is said to be reactive if it readily enters into chemical reactions and undergoes chemical change
Another chemical change
that may be taking place during the rapid weight loss program is a sudden increase in mucous secretion in the gallbladder, Mitchell Shiffman, M.
This applies particularly to those processes where the coolant is subjected to thermal abuse, which can cause chemical change
to occur rapidly.
It showed that when the gene promoter is altered by a chemical change
called methylation, patients respond better to treatment.
SMELTER--One who melts or fuses (as ore), often producing an accompanying chemical change
usually to separate the metal.
Field audit teams have raised questions before during the synthetic fuel audit process, such as on the issue of chemical change
, that were ultimately resolved in our favor.