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encapsulate

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

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This is a variation of the procedure for encapsulating antioxidants for sustained release in polymers, in order to improve the stability of the polymer (ref.
Encapsulating the lead resulted in an increased recovery of lead (0.
A rapid growth in application is expected immediately in several food categories: 1) Microwavable foods; 2) Encapsulating leavening agents/systems; 3) Fortified foods and nutritional products; and 4) Designer or convenience foods.
OTCQB:NVLX) is becoming an emerging international biotechnology provider of clinically useful therapeutic live encapsulated cells and services for encapsulating live cells for the research and medical communities.
Encapsulating iron raises the cost of the finished product about 4 cents per kilogram, which could nearly double salt's price in some nations, Diosady acknowledges.
Encapsulating flavors, fragrances, vitamins and other essential nutrients by using modified starches, maltodextrins and gum arabic often involves experiencing many drawbacks and deficiencies.
Thermasil silicones are thermally conductive, fire resistant materials for dielectric potting and encapsulating in electronics and aerospace applications.
Sphingosomal drug delivery consists of encapsulating an already approved cancer agent in a lipid envelope.
Encapsulating materials that "know" when and where to release their contents--for instance, in the intestine, which is less acidic than the stomach--could enhance absorption, Marquez says.