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  • The effect of chitosan, glucose and chitosan–glucose complex (CGC) on the microbial and postharvest quality of shiitake (Lentinus edodes) mushroom stored at 4 ± 1 C for 16 days was investigated. Mushroom weight loss, respiration rate, firmness, ascorbic acid, total soluble solids, microbial and sensory quality were measured. The results indicate that treatment with CGC coating maintained tissue firmness, inhibited increase of respiration rate, reduced microorganism counts, e.g., pseudomonads, yeasts and moulds, compared to uncoated control mushroom.

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  • Analysis was conducted on all nutrients or nutrient groups for which numeric data were provided in at least 10 of the 137 crop studies that reported comparisons between organic and conventional crops (see Appendix 10).

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  • Analysis was conducted on nutrients or nutrient groups for which numeric data were provided in at least 10 of the 137 crop studies identified by the review.

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  • This book is an experiment. To be precise, the book is not an experiment, but the approach of introducing and employing new concepts of chemical engineering analysis, concurrently with new concepts in computing, as is presented within this book, is experimental. Usually, the student of a first course in chemical engineering is presented with material that builds systematically upon engineering concepts and the student works within this linear space to “master” the material. In fact, however, the process is never so linear....

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  • Adequate aqueous solubility of new chemical entities (NCEs) is one of the key properties required for successful pharmaceutical formulation development. Solubility is generally defi ned as the concentration of the compound in a solution which is in contact with an excess amount of the solid compound when the concentration and the solid form do not change over time (Sugano et al. 2007 ) .

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  • A pilot study was conducted to assess the feasibility of composting of source separated organic matter of municipal solid waste (MSW) generated in low, middle and high income areas of Karachi city with a population over 14 million. Results of MSW analysis indicate the presence of high percentage of biodegradable organic matter (71-74%), acceptable moisture content (40-50%) and C/N ratio (38-40:1). On windrow composting, not only the volume of waste was reduced but also produced a crumbly earthy smelling soil-like, compost material.

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  • Reactive liquid-liquid extraction of inorganic acids with amines and effect of solvating diluents; Liquid extraction of tall oil from wastewaters of paper industry • Supercritical fluid extraction of natural products; Enzymatic reactions in supercritical CO2; Solubilities of liquids and solids in dense CO2 with entrainer • Relation between the morphology and application properties of polymer catalysts and adsorbents • Study of the permeation and pervaporation of volatile organic substance (propan-1-ol, toluene) • Observation of the competitive adsorption on Vycor glass membr...

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  • The internode of solid bamboo has significantly higher ash, 1% NaOH, alcohol- toluene and hot water solubles than the nodes [Mabilangan et al. 2002]. However, differences between the major chemical composition of node and internode fraction of bamboo are small [Scurlock 2000]; neither the number of nodes nor the length of internode segments would be critical to the utilization of bamboo for energy conversion, chemical production, or as a building material. Fujji et al. [1993] investigated the chemistry of the immature culm of a moso- bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens Mazel).

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  • Proteins are occasionally converted from their normal soluble state to highly ordered fibrillar aggregates (amyloids), which give rise to pathologi-cal conditions that range from neurodegenerative disorders to systemic amyloidoses. Recent methodological advances in solid-state NMR and EPR spectroscopy have enabled determination of the 3D structure of sev-eral amyloids at residue-level resolution.

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  • Lecture Material science: Part 3 - Hase diagrams and alloys presented component – pure metal of which the alloy is composed; solute – component of solid solution present in minor concentration; solvent – component present in greatest amount; solubility limit – maximum concentration of solute that can dissolve in solvent; phase – a homogeneous portion of a system with uniform physical and chemical characteristics.

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