triacetate


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triacetate

(trī-ăs′ĕ-tāt)
Any acetate that contains three acetic acid groups.
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Hagel (1976) Chromatographic racemate resolutions with cellulose triacetate.
The selected ions used for quantification were m/z 145 and 147, corresponding to fragment ions from unlabeled and labeled glycerol triacetate, respectively.
NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE STUDY OF THE HOST-GUEST COMPLEXATION OF A COMMERCIAL CHLORDANE SAMPLE WITH BETA-CYLODEXTRIN AND BETA-CYCLODEXTRIN TRIACETATE.
and Canada since 1952 is a safer variety, usually cellulose acetate or triacetate or polyester, however, some engraving plants still use cellulose nitrate plates.
Changes caused by succussion on NMR patterns and bioassay of Bradykinin triacetate (BKTA) succussions and dilutions.
Among notable gainers, Fuji Photo Film jumped 180 yen to 3,040 yen on a news report Tuesday that the company plans to boost output of triacetate cellulose film, a material for making polarizing filters used in liquid crystal displays.
dialysis centers use cellulose acetate or cellulose triacetate for high-flux dialysis (JAMA 283[16]:2128-34, 2000).
Manufactured fibers are defined as: cellulosic -- rayon, acetate and triacetate derived from naturally occurring cellulose; and synthetic -- nylon, polyester, olefins and acrylic -- made from petrochemical feedstock.
She had the feeling he'd never surrender her strapless and she'd have to appear at her first formal in a long nylon triacetate slip.
The picture has been committed to triacetate solely to gratify and profit from the ego of Kevin Costner, and yet Costner is its central liability.
Deal Includes Named Patient Supply Rights and Option to Obtain EU Marketing Rights to Uridine Triacetate