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  • noun Plural form of polyphosphate.

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  • Parasites in this picture have been stained so that compounds known as polyphosphates appear yellow.

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  • It might be something as simple as the right amino acid bath in the presence of polyphosphates and self-assembled phospholipid bilayers.

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  • It might be something as simple as the right amino acid bath in the presence of polyphosphates and self-assembled phospholipid bilayers.

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  • On boats that go out for more than a day, the catch may therefore be frozen and/or dipped in a solution of polyphosphates, which the adductors absorb and retain, becoming plump and glossy white.

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  • Today, manufacturers use a mixture of sodium citrate, sodium phosphates, and sodium polyphosphates, and a blend of new, partly ripened, and fully ripened cheeses.

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  • Today, manufacturers use a mixture of sodium citrate, sodium phosphates, and sodium polyphosphates, and a blend of new, partly ripened, and fully ripened cheeses.

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  • The polyphosphates negatively charged chains of phosphorus and oxygen atoms that attract a cloud of water molecules not only remove calcium from the casein matrix, but also bind to the casein themselves, bringing moisture with them and thus further loosening the protein matrix.

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  • On boats that go out for more than a day, the catch may therefore be frozen and/or dipped in a solution of polyphosphates, which the adductors absorb and retain, becoming plump and glossy white.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • The polyphosphates negatively charged chains of phosphorus and oxygen atoms that attract a cloud of water molecules not only remove calcium from the casein matrix, but also bind to the casein themselves, bringing moisture with them and thus further loosening the protein matrix.

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  • The solution to this problem requires agitation of the water within the well, intensive pumping and the use of chemicals to dissolve these deposits (acids, polyphosphates).

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