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fractionate

(frak′shŏ-nāt″)
To separate or divide a mixture, usually by means of the differing physical or chemical properties of its components.
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Once those contracts are finalized, efforts to expand the Natrium facility to process a total of 400 MMctTd of natural gas and fractionate 59,000 bpd of NGLs will be under way.
Other researchers have identified a small-pore MF process that fractionates non-fat milk into value-added protein ingredients.
The ability to fractionate samples by pI also allows researchers to target and validate the proteins or peptides of greatest interest, such as those that have undergone post-translational modifications.
The OFFGEL fractionator is a novel way to fractionate both intact proteins and peptides, and recover them in solution for easy introduction to the MS.
In addition, Enterprise will increase its capacity to fractionate, or separate, mixed butanes by approximately 20 MBPD, giving the partnership the capability to fractionate up to 300 MBPD of imported mixed butanes, domestic butanes and butanes sourced from the partnership's isomerization facilities at its Mont Belvieu facility.
ProMetic has developed with its partners, an innovative proprietary process, the "Plasma Protein Purification System" (PPPS), to fractionate blood plasma, which it licenses out to the blood-processing industry.
Employing cross flow filtration, chromatography and fermentation to separate and fully fractionate usable milk components, the system contributes to the production of a wide variety of consumer and nutraceutical products, including baby formula, process cheese, and nutritional supplements.