encapsulate


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encapsulate

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

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The investigators developed an interfacial engineering technique to encapsulate lipophilic food components within multilayer nano-laminated biopolymer coatings.
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.
Regardless of how they encapsulate the ingredients, food scientists can use different materials inside and out to tune the particles to degrade at different rates or under different conditions.
It's the specific carbohydrate profile, composition and film-forming ability that play a paramount role in determining the efficiency of encapsulation and the shelf life of the encapsulate.