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*  Brooker's merocyanine
In general, the more polar the solvent, the shorter the wavelengths of the light absorbed will be. When light of a certain ... MOED is notable for its solvatochromic properties, meaning it changes color depending on the solvent in which it is dissolved. ... The effect stems in part from the stabilization of the ground state of the merocyanine molecule in polar solvents, which ... Research indicates that the zwitterion form is most representative when the compound exists in polar solvents such as water, ...
*  Occupational hygiene
... solvents). They are relatively easy to set up and use. However, considerable cost can still be incurred in analysis of the ' ... solvents, gases, and so on. Each device is often specifically designed to measure a specific or particular type of contaminant ...
*  Commercial Solvents Corporation
"Solvents Has New Head". Plain Dealer. December 1, 1947. p. 13. Retrieved 18 February 2017. Directors of Commercial Solvents ... The Commercial Solvents Corporation was established at the end of World War I; earning distinction as the pioneer producer of ... Commercial Solvents Corporation (CSC) was created in 1919. The corporation had started in Terre Haute as early as 1917 to ... "Solvents Heads Resigns; Goes to Banking Firm". Seattle Daily Times. July 18, 1928. p. 29. Retrieved 13 January 2018. Philip G. ...
*  Natural deep eutectic solvents
... (NADES) are bio-based ionic liquids and deep eutectic solvents which are composed of two or more ... "Ionic Liquids and Deep Eutectic Solvents in Natural Products Research: Mixtures of Solids as Extraction Solvents". Journal of ... Deep eutectic solvents (DES) are mixtures of solid compounds that form liquids due to a large depression of the melting point; ... Green solvents for the future". Pure and Applied Chemistry: 1391-1398. Abbott, Andrew P.; Boothby, David; Capper, Glen; Davies ...
*  Solvent
dcpt.ru Solvent 646 Characteristics (ru) dcpt.ru Solvent 647 Characteristics (ru) dcpt.ru Solvent 648 Characteristics (ru) dcpt ... Mixtures of solvent vapors and air can explode. Solvent vapors are heavier than air; they will sink to the bottom and can ... Many solvents can lead to a sudden loss of consciousness if inhaled in large amounts. Solvents like diethyl ether and ... A solvent-solute mixture consists of a single phase with all solute molecules occurring as solvates (solvent-solute complexes ...
*  List of water-miscible solvents
Category:Alcohol solvents Solvent miscibility table [1] Diethylenetriamine [2] Hydrazine [3]. ... The following compounds are liquid at room temperature and are completely miscible with water; they are often used as solvents ...
*  Theta solvent
When B > 0, the solvent is "good," and when B < 0, the solvent is "poor". For a theta solvent, the second virial coefficient is ... In a polymer solution, a theta solvent (or θ solvent) is a solvent in which polymer coils act like ideal chains, assuming ... A solvent at this temperature is called a theta solvent. In general, measurements of the properties of polymer solutions depend ... For a good solvent, interactions between polymer segments and solvent molecules are energetically favorable, and will cause ...
*  Protic solvent
Other solvents meeting IUPAC's criteria include DMF, HMPA, and DMSO. Common characteristics of aprotic solvents: solvents that ... Common characteristics of protic solvents : solvents display hydrogen bonding solvents have an acidic hydrogen (although they ... any solvent that contains a labile H+ is called a protic solvent. The molecules of such solvents readily donate protons (H+) to ... while polar aprotic solvents are favorable for SN2 reactions. Polar aprotic solvents are solvents that lack an acidic hydrogen ...
*  Solvent degreasing
Liquid solvents are safer to deal with than vapor degreasing agents. There is a high danger of fire when using petroleum and ... Solvent degreasing is a process used to prepare a part for further operations such as electroplating or painting. Typically it ... Solvent degreasing equipment is available in a wide variety of sizes and shapes and mainly consists of a submersion tank. ... The part is immersed in a tank of solvent and usually agitated like a washing machine for clothes to get all of the contaminant ...
*  Solvent dye
e.g. Solvent Red 24, Solvent Red 26, Solvent Red 164, Solvent Yellow 124, Solvent Blue 35, etc. Red and yellow solvent dyes are ... A solvent dye is a dye soluble in organic solvents. It is usually used as a solution in an organic solvent. Solvent dyes are ... They form a colloidal solution in solvents.They have poor (basic dyes) to good (metal complex based) light fastness. Solvent ... Names of solvent dyes are often generic, of the scheme "solvent ", ...
*  Solvent models
Implicit solvents or continuum solvents, are models in which one accepts the assumption that implicit solvent molecules can be ... RISM allows the solvent density to fluctuate in a local environment, achieving a description of the solvent shell behaviour. QM ... Implicit solvent models have been applied to model the solvent in computational investigations of reactions and to predict ... No explicit solvent molecules are present and so explicit solvent coordinates are not given. Continuum models consider ...
*  Solvent effects
In chemistry, solvent effects are the influence of a solvent on chemical reactivity or molecular associations. Solvents can ... see also: Solvents - solvent classification) Different solvents can affect the equilibrium constant of a reaction by ... Dissolution often occurs when the solute-solvent interactions are similar to the solvent-solvent interactions, signified by the ... Solvents can affect rates through equilibrium-solvent effects that can be explained on the basis of the transition state theory ...
*  Solvent exposure
... occurs when a chemical, material, or person comes into contact with a solvent. Chemicals can be dissolved in ... the solvent exposure of an amino acid in a protein measures to what extent the amino acid is accessible to the solvent (usually ... and people can develop certain ailments from exposure to solvents both organic and inorganic. Some common solvents include ... Solvent exposure can be numerically described by several measures, the most popular measures being accessible surface area and ...
*  Solvent cabinet
Some carts for transporting containers of chemicals come equipped with a built in solvent cabinet). A solvent cabinet must ... for the storage of solvents (especially those that are combustible). A solvent cabinet should be positioned separately from ... In a chemistry laboratory a solvent cabinet is a chemical storage cabinet or cupboard which is properly labeled and equipped, ... acid cabinet or base cabinet (used for storing acids and caustic bases respectively, as solvents are not compatible with these ...
*  Solvent suppression
... techniques are particularly important in protein NMR where the solvent often includes H2O as well as D2O. ... Solvent suppression is any technique in nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) to decrease undesired signal from a ... The signal from the solvent can overwhelm that of the solute, and the NMR instrument may not collect any meaningful data. ... In liquid-state NMR spectroscopy, the sample to be studied is dissolved in a solvent. Typically, the concentration of the ...
*  Solvent (producer)
Solvent homepage Solvent at Discogs Solvent at Morr Music Records. ... 1998 Solvent 1999 Solvently One Listens 2001 Solvent City 2004 Apples + Synthesizers 2005 Elevators + Oscillators 2007 ... Solvent is the stage name used by electronic producer and remixer Jason Amm (b. 1972; Zimbabwe). Although his music has been ... Aside from tracks appearing on various-artists compilations, Amm has released several full-length albums using the Solvent ...
*  Quantum solvent
A quantum solvent is essentially a superfluid (aka a quantum liquid) used to dissolve another chemical species. Any superfluid ... Such solvents are currently under investigation for use in spectroscopic techniques in the field of analytical chemistry, due ... quantum solvents could be used as tools in nanoscale chemical engineering, perhaps to manufacture components for use in ... can theoretically act as a quantum solvent, however in practice the only viable superfluid medium that can currently be used is ...
*  Universal solvent
... may refer to: Water Alkahest, a hypothetical solvent able to dissolve every other substance The Universal ...
*  Solvent (disambiguation)
... "solvent", a song on the 2013 Skinny Puppy album Weapon Solvation Solvent cabinet Solvent exposure Solvent extraction. ... Solvent may refer to: Solvent, a liquid that dissolves another material Solvent (producer), the stage name of electronic ... musician Jason Amm Solvency, a company's capability to meet its financial obligations "Solvent", a song on the 1984 Skinny ...
*  Solvent drag
... , also known as bulk transport, refers to solutes in the ultrafiltrate that are transported back from the renal ...
*  Deep eutectic solvent
Deep eutectic solvents are systems formed from a eutectic mixture of Lewis or Brønsted acids and bases which can contain a ... "Deep Eutectic Solvents" (PDF). kuleuven.be. University of Leicester. Retrieved 17 June 2014. Andrew P. Abbott; Glen Capper; ... They are classified as types of ionic solvents with special properties. They incorporate one or more compound in a mixture form ... Deep eutectic solvents and applications. Patent number: 8022014. Filing date: Mar 25, 2009. Issue date: Sep 20, 2011. ...
*  Inorganic nonaqueous solvent
An inorganic nonaqueous solvent is a solvent other than water, that is not an organic compound. Common examples are liquid ... The acid-base reactions in non-aqueous solvents are typically described by means of the solvent-system definition, although the ... where solvonium and solvate are the ions found in the pure solvent in equilibrium with its neutral molecules: protic solvents ... In other solvents, the concentration of the respective solvonium/solvate ions should be used, such as pCl in POCl3. Pointner BE ...
*  Kerala Solvent Extractions
... Ltd, now known as KSE Ltd (BSE: 519421, NSE: KSE), is a company that is engaged in the manufacture ... In the last three decades, KSE has emerged as a leader in solvent extraction from coconut oil cakes and also the largest cattle ... Solvent extraction plant". Archived from the original on 2012-04-17. "KSE enters ice cream biz". The Hindu Businessline. ... The company operates two solvent extraction plants with a total capacity to process 90,000 metric tones of coconut oil cake per ...
*  Accelerated solvent extraction
... (ASE) is a method for extracting various chemicals from a complex solid or semisolid sample ... The process uses high temperature and pressure, which results in the extraction taking less time and requiring less solvent, ... Murphy, B.J.; Carlson, R.E.; Peterson, J.H.; Richter, Bruce E. (December 2, 2007). "Accelerated Solvent Extraction: Sample ... "Accelerated Solvent Extraction: A Technique for Sample Preparation". Anal. Chem. 68 (6): 1033-1039. doi:10.1021/ac9508199. ...
*  Solvent Yellow 124
... is a dye with structure similar to Solvent Yellow 56. This dye can be easily hydrolyzed with acids, ... Solvent Yellow 124 is a yellow azo dye used in European Union as a fuel dye. It is a marker used since August 2002 to ... As the amount of Solvent Yellow 124 added to the fuel is known, by measuring its content in the fuel it is possible to ... Solvent Yellow 124 is intended to be difficult to remove from the fuel in an economical way. The Customs, familiar with various ...