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encapsulate

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

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Zsengeller et al., "Transcriptional patterns in peritoneal tissue of encapsulating peritoneal sclerosis, a complication of chronic peritoneal dialysis," PLoS One, vol.
Encapsulating peritoneal sclerosis: what have we learned.
There was no negative effect produced as a result of encapsulating nitrate.
Sclerosing encapsulating peritonitis (SEP) or cocoon abdomen is a rare cause of small bowel obstruction.
Their abstract states that the invention "relates to a process for encapsulating radioactive waste in the form of small powder particles, beads or granules having an average particle size of less than 2 mm."
The scientists prepared the liposomes encapsulating curcumin and fed them to laboratory rats.
Recently, a great deal of literature reveals a growing interest in the application of RESS in the encapsulating process.
By encapsulating these actives, the potential for skin irritation is reduced, which helps to provide a better experience for the consumer," commented Elias-Costrini (www.amerchol.com).
Keeping the vulcanizing chemicals inactive at the mixing temperature by encapsulating them in a (polymer) particle may be a possibility to circumvent the problem of premature crosslinking.
New RIM polyurethane technology for encapsulating the sensitive electronics of power supplies such as chargers for cell phones or electric toothbrushes is said to provide a watertight seal and protect against electric shock.