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physicochemical

 [fiz″ĭ-ko-kem´ĭ-kal]
pertaining to both physics and chemistry.

phys·i·co·chem·i·cal

(fiz'i-kō-kem'i-kăl),
Relating to the field of physical chemistry.

physicochemical

/phys·i·co·chem·i·cal/ (fiz″ĭ-ko-kem´ik-il) pertaining to both physics and chemistry.

phys·i·co·chem·i·cal

(fiz'i-kō-kem'i-kăl)
Relating to the field of physical chemistry.

physicochemical

pertaining to both physics and chemistry.
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When endosomes encounter physicochemically abnormal light chains, they direct them to the lysosomes, the terminal degradation compartment of the endocytic pathway.
New studies should be undertaken to identify the phytosterol quantify all the components and characterize them physicochemically so as to verify if the oil is within the standards established by the National
Below this value, the presence of polar organic acid molecules (including the--COOH group) in crude oil products affect the concrete structure physicochemically more so than chemically.
Sensitive and reproducible dissolution data derived from physicochemically and hydrodynamically defined conditions are necessary in order to compare variability in in vitro dissolution data and to be able to use such results as a surrogate for possible in vivo bioavailability, bioequivalence testing and in vitro/in vivo correlations (1-3).
The three carbon blacks were characterized physicochemically following the ASTM standard methods.
The surface of the cured phenolic coating on the waste FG is physicochemically different from the original FG surface.
In the comparison, identical amino acids are shown and substitutions by physicochemically similar amino acids indicated by +.
Annual inundation of the Atchafalaya River Basin (hereafter Basin), a floodplain swamp of the Atchafalaya River in southcentral Louisiana, results in a mosaic of physicochemically complex aquatic habitats.
8: Analytical techniques used to physicochemically characterize complex glycoproteins 89
Vick [13] reported in 1995 that a new hydroxymethylated resorcinol coupling agent, when used as a dilute aqueous primer on lumber surfaces before bonding, may physicochemically link the PRF resin with the insoluble chromium, copper, and arsenic oxide s on the surfaces of CCA-treated southern pine, thus enhancing the durability of adhesion.
More pragmatic, however, will be adjusting the new methods to the CDC reference method (31, 34), thereby deliberately disregarding the fact that the homogeneous assays yield an HDL fraction that may physicochemically be distinct from HDL produced by precipitation reactions.