extractable

[ UK /ɛkstɹˈæktəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being extracted
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How To Use extractable In A Sentence

  • Forensic analysis of skeletal muscle relaxants such as tubocurarine and gallamine has been hampered by the fact that these quaternary ammonium compounds are not readily extractable from the biological matrix.
  • As for wine, oak not only imparts some specific qualities as extractable substances, it also allows slow oxygenation of the spirit.
  • As pointed out by Progovac, it predicts that adjuncts should be extractable from, say, a relative clause only if it contains a long-distance reflexive - a prediction that is not borne out.
  • Some of our results suggest that the extractable agent in nest soil is organic, and possibly biogenic.
  • Aspegillus flavus was found In the Infected peanut meal, together with alcoholextractable toxIns termed aflatoxIns.
  • Plastic extractables include such chemicals as base polymers, fillers, lubricants, plasticizers, antioxidants, pigments, and slip agents.
  • Mashing is completed by running the wort off the solid remains of the malt, which are then rinsed with hot water—“sparged”—to remove some remaining extractable materials before being discarded. On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen
  • Three predominant forms of Cdin Cd accumulator oilseed rapes, non-tolerant oilseed rape and Indian mustard were NaCl-extractable, acetic acid-extractable and water-extractable Cd.
  • It is made up with a little door and simply extractable stair.
  • Boomtowns sprang up through the United States, particularly in the West, as fast as entrepreneurial spirits could dowse a whiff of extractable resource hiding below the earth's surface.
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