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Definitions

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  • n. The condition of being extractable
  • n. A measure of the extent to which something may be extracted using a particular solvent

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Examples

  • A memo from an FDA reviewer said Pain Therapeutics didn't attempt to determine the long-term extractability of oxycodone from Remoxy, saying the company studied the capsule by placing it in alcohol and other substances for as long as an hour.

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  • In immersion, the consumer enters into the world of the story (e.g. theme parks), while in extractability, the fan takes aspects of the story away with them as resources they deploy in the spaces of their everyday life (e.g. items from the gift shop).

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  • Under that process, if jewelry contained more than 0.06 percent lead, it was then tested for “accessibility” or “extractability” to confirm that the lead could leach or flake from the jewelry and get absorbed into the body through the mouth or skin.

    CPSC calls for tighter limits for lead

  • A classical vinification in oak and stainless-steel vats ensues, with three weeks of maceration depending on the chosen varietals, maturity, and extractability of the tannins.

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  • The extractability of the fat-soluble vitamine from carrots, alfalfa and yellow corn by fat - solvents.

    The Vitamine Manual

  • Platinum P-1000's low volatility, high resistance to migration and low extractability in water and organic solvents provide for permanence in most applications, including adhesives and sealants, calendering, extrusion and plastisol products.

  • Dr Lilburn cited a 2009 study by Malumba et al. (J. Food Engineering) which reported that the extractability of individual proteins from corn was greatly reduced for corn dried at

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  • The companies will also provide customers with information on media and buffer extractability and leachability, both of which are critical to ensuring the quality of manufacturing operations and the safety of the drugs being produced.

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  • We have of course our different methods to evaluate the quantities of tannins and their extractability, and what we have analysed shows promise, but it's only when we start vinifying that we will really have the answer to that question.

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  • The development team for Remoxy has spent the last several years generating rigorous data on these common methods of abuse and the NDA includes animal as well as human data with regard to extractability, pharmacokinetic, toxicology, and clinical studies.

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