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  • n. Plural form of extractant.

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Examples

  • TCE and related compounds are primarily used as solvents, carriers, or extractants; in dry cleaning of textiles; in metal cleaning and degreasing; in textile manufacturing; as insulating fluids/coolants; and as chemical intermediates.

    TCE contamination of groundwater

  • It is also soluble in 95 per cent alcohol and either of these extractants may be used to obtain the vitamine.

    The Vitamine Manual

  • If needed we can even write leases with "No Fracing" posirions, and even with these lease modifications we can legally drill multiple wells and inserr high pressure "extractants".

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  • Previous studies had found that organic acids are efficient extractants of antimony so Claus Hansen and colleagues at the University of Copenhagen therefore decided to test the hypothesis that more antimony could be present in PET packaged acidic fruit drinks than PET bottled water. juice drinks from 16 different brands, the scientists found antimony concentrations above EU limits for drinking water in eight products.

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  • Action 0.1 N NaOH Lewatit-S-100 resin extractants phenolic parts humic hymatomelanic acids

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  • •Myth: Other provinces / states use "better" extractants.

    Fort Frances Times Online -

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