silica gel

NOUN
  1. a porous form of silica that is highly absorbent
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  • The dichloromethane extract of S. crispus was chromatographed on silica gel by flash column chromatography. BioMed Central - Latest articles
  • The colonel had packed the ammunition in silica gel, guarding against condensation, the worst enemy of the rifleman. KARA KUSH
  • This filtering, aka fining, is typically performed with fish-bladder isinglass or egg whites, although some companies now choose vegan alternatives such as bentonite clay, silica gel, diatomaceous earth and Irish moss, a seaweed product also known as carrageenan. Anneli Rufus: Are Animals in Your Cocktail?
  • After separation by TLC and elution from the silica gel, ASG and SG were hydrolysed with 2 N methanolic HCl under reflux for 4 h at 100°C.
  • Silica gel isn't a true gel, but a granulated chemical desiccant composed partly of silicon.
  • This filtering, aka fining, is typically performed with fish-bladder isinglass or egg whites, although some companies now choose vegan alternatives such as bentonite clay, silica gel, diatomaceous earth and Irish moss, a seaweed product also known as carrageenan. Anneli Rufus: Are Animals in Your Cocktail?
  • To orchestrate the reaction, the researchers direct a flow of the reactants continuously over a silica gel impregnated with a light-sensitive catalyst.
  • This filtering, aka fining, is typically performed with fish-bladder isinglass or egg whites, although some companies now choose vegan alternatives such as bentonite clay, silica gel, diatomaceous earth and Irish moss, a seaweed product also known as carrageenan. Anneli Rufus: Are Animals in Your Cocktail?
  • What Sanpaolesi had aimed to do was to consolidate the deteriorated surface of the marble by forming a layer of calcium, zinc and magnesium fluorides and silica gel on the marble surface.
  • Anatase solution and inorganic agglutinant such as low-temperature glaze and silica gel were used to prepare antibacterial ceramic tile in the third chapter.
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