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ex·tract·ant

(eks-trak'tant),
An agent used to isolate or extract a substance from a mixture or combination of substances, from the tissues, or from a crude drug.

ex·tract·ant

(eks-traktănt)
An agent used to isolate or extract a substance from a mixture or combination of substances, from the tissues, or from a crude drug.
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Zbiral J (2016) Determination of plant-available micronutrients by the Mehlich 3 soil extractant - a proposal of critical values.
3 Extractant with Modified Inductive Coupled Argon Plasma Techniques to Eliminate Iron Interference.
The easy synthesis on bulk scale and inspired solvent extraction results of monoamides, attracted us to use N, N-di(2-ethyl hexyl) hexanamide (DOHA) for the liquid liquid extraction of uranium and to the best of our knowledge this extractant has not been applied for the solvent extraction of uranium so far.
Acid ammonium fluoride extractant (Bray) yielded the highest Phosphate extracted in this study, but it removed negligible amount of phosphate from alkaline soil.
In the case of [H.sub.8]L-ester extractant, picric acid [2.5 x [10.sup.-5] M] was used as the counter anion.
Results showed that the extraction rate was varying slightly with pH when IL-1 was employed as the extractant; by comparison, when IL-2 was employed as the extractant, the extraction rate first increased and then decreased with the increase in pH.
Various extractants have been developed to extract boron from brine, especially based on the extraction system containing alcohol, such as monohydric alcohols, dibasic alcohols, and mixed alcohols.
13, in the pH range in which Dy is discharged, 100% of the trace elements are present on the acid side instead of the extractant side and therefore, the Dy recovery solution does not contain any trace elements.
Ethyl alcohol in various concentrations is used as an extractant depending on the properties of the extracted raw material.
Chemical Characteristics of Collagen Extract from Scapula of Bali Cattle (Os Scapula) Produced Using Different Extractant. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition, 14(3): 174-179.
Recent studies have related mineral dissolution to variations in extractant, temperature, solution ionic strength and pH for the minerals kaolinite (Cama, Metz, & Ganor, 2002), fluorapatite (Guidry & Mackenzie, 2003), muscovite (Kuwahara, 2008; Oelkers, Schott, Gauthier, & Herrero-Roncal, 2008; Zhou & Huang, 2006), montmorillonite (Rozalen, Brady, & Huertas, 2009), smectite (Amram & Gaynor, 2005; Rozalen et al., 2008); potassium sources such as illite, biotite and microcline (Zhou & Huang, 2007); and even biotite and phlogopite bacterial dissolution (Balland, Pozwa, Leywal, & Mustin, 2010).