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encapsulate

To remediate hazardous waste by surrounding it,such as spraying a special coating on asbestos.

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In addition, it would form the platform for future research, including the development of nano-laminated coatings to encapsulate, protect and deliver other food components--flavors.
P decided to remove or encapsulate the asbestos to restore the building's fireproofing to a state such that it would not crumble or cause asbestos to be circulated.
DiCapua advises to observe it, inspect it, and if it does become friable, encapsulate it, enclose it or remove it.
The usefulness of an encapsulating material is dependent on its ability to efficiently encapsulate, stabilize and release the core material.
For example, the complicated three-dimensional structures of proteins seldom survive the high temperatures and watery solutions traditionally used to encapsulate small molecules or peptides in biodegradable microspheres that slowly release their contents in the body.
in France won a process patent for proprietary tooling designed to completely encapsulate the hollow steel tube without crushing it during molding in high-speed compression presses of 1500 to 2000 tons.
While other ingredient companies strive to simply encapsulate flavor in products, Balchem's goal is to develop products that are out of the ordinary.
Encapsulated ingredients can facilitate the development of new products, but the materials used to encapsulate ingredients and additives must be able to withstand processing conditions themselves.
has produced a transparent gel, made of porous silica, that can encapsulate living cells.