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112 117 Anderson, J. W., Neff, J. M., Cox, B. A., Tatem, H. E. and Hightower, G. M. (1974): Characteristics of dispersions and water-soluble extracts of crude and refined oils

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The solubility of palladium(II) bis-dimethylglyoximate in different solutions has been determined. The solubility is lowest in water, ammonium acetate and 25% acetone-water mixture and highest in dilute HCl.

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Kerepesi, I., Toth, M., Boross, L. (1996): Water-soluble carbohydrates in dried plant. J. Agric. Food Chem. , 10, 3235-3239. Water-soluble carbohydrates in dried plant J. Agric. Food Chem

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Progress in Agricultural Engineering Sciences
Authors: G. Zsivanovits, Ts. Grancharova, I. Dimitrova-Dyulgerova, D. Ivanova, S. Kostadinova, and M. Marudova

. Chong , J. X. , Shaojuan , L. & Hongshun , Y. ( 2015 ). Chitosan combined with calcium chloride impacts fresh-cut honeydew melon by stabilising nanostructures of sodium-carbonate-soluble pectin . Food Control , 53 , 195 – 205

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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: Farnaz Zahedi Avval, Shadi Shomali, Mohammad Nadri, Reza Boostani, Lida Jarahi, and Masoud Youssefi

increase in serum soluble ST2 protein upon acute exacerbation of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis . Chest 124 , 1206 – 1214 ( 2003 ). 18. Oshikawa , K. , Yanagisawa , K

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some chemical properties of the soil. Laboratory tests. (pH value, phenolphtalein alkalinity expressed in soda, total water soluble salt content, hydrolytic (y 1 value) and exchangeable acidity (y 2 value). (In Hungarian) Hungarian Standard

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, M., Maruo, N., Taga, T., Kishimoto, T., Klein, B. (1993) Increased and highly stable levels of functional soluble IL-6R in sera of patients with monoclonal gammopathy. Eur. J. Immunol. 23 , 820-824. Increased and highly

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Polonium was precipitated from dilute solutions with metaarsenites, dichromates, iodides, molybdates, sulphites, sulphates and metavanadates. The solubility products of polonium iodide, molybdate, sulphite and sulphate were determined to be 1.92, 3.7, 3.3 and 0.9 respectively.

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fenofibrate were presented by Shoji et al. [ 2 ] based on elemental analysis and UV, IR, NMR, XRD, and mass spectra examination as well as on hygroscopicity, solubility, distribution coefficients, and TG and DTA measurements. It has been found that fenofibrate

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ThO2(cr) was dissolved in the solutions containing various carbonate ion concentrations, and the results were compared with thorium solubility in a domestic granitic groundwater having very low ionic strength. The soluble thorium concentration excluding colloids after phase separation increased with increasing carbonate concentration. However, the thorium concentration in the real groundwater was remarkably greater than that in the carbonate-containing solutions with a similar concentration of carbonate and pH condition. This might be attributable to other species as well as Th(OH)4(aq) and Th(OH)3(CO3). These species form colloids or precipitates, and their concentration can be reduced in the ultra-filtered solution by an aging effect.

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