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    Essay On Absorbable Suture

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    An absorbable suture is defined as a surgical suture material prepared from a substance that can be dissolved by body tissues and is therefore not permanent [1]. Any suture, which loses its tensile strength within 60 days, is considered an absorbable suture. The ideal absorbable suture has high tensile strength, low reactivity, good security and delayed absorption time. They can be classified as natural absorbable sutures or synthetic absorbable sutures. The only natural absorbable suture is…

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    [53]. The direct band gap energy (Eg) of Tb3+: SA crystals grown by SEST and SR methods are found to be 4.20 eV, 4.10 eV respectively, which is in good accordance with the reported values [54]. The value of band gap of Sulfamic acid was found to decrease with increase in impurity concentration and it is found between 4 and 5 [54, 55]. Fig(7). Plot of α vs. photon energy. 3.6 Thermogravimetry (TG) and differential thermal analysis (DTA) Thermogravimetry (TG) and differential thermal…

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    Benefits Of Mustard Oil

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    Mustard oil is a fatty vegetable oil which is obtained from mustard seeds. There are basically three varieties of mustard oil available. The difference between these three varieties lies in the method of extraction, chemical composition and properties. The fatty vegetable mustard oil is extracted by pressing mustard seeds. Mustard oil is obtained by cold compression of the mustard seeds and by infusing this extracted oil with other oils to get the final product. Essential mustard oil is obtained…

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    The kinetics of the reaction between peroxomonosulphate with Lactic acid was studied in the presence of Mn(II) at alkaline pH. The reaction followed first order with respect to peroxomonosulphate. The rate of the reaction was studied under pseudo first order condition and found to increases with the [Mn(II)] and lactic acid. Thermodynamic parameters were calculated and reported. Based on the results a rate equation, kinetic scheme and a most probable mechanism has been predicted. Keywords: Alpha…

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    Ketoconazole: A Case Study

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    The objective of work was to optimize, formulate, evaluate and compare the transdermal gel containing vesicle based: Transfersomes and liposomes, containing Ketoconazole, an anti-fungal bioactive. Ketoconazole loaded Transfersomes were prepared using thin film hydration method with different concentration of surfactant (Span80, Tween80, and Sodium Deoxycholate) and soya lecithin and characterized for various parameters including Vesicles Size, Morphology, Entrapment Efficiency, Drug Loading…

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    Lignocellulosic biomass consists of cellulose, hemicellulose, lignin, proteins, acids, salts and minerals. Chemical composition is also one of the important factors for biofuel production. Moisture content of raw pearl millet biomass was (8 %) and ash content (6.27 %) was obviously higher than that the literature report of 3.8 % (Dhabhai et al., 2012). The proximate analysis of pearl millet biomass revealed that moisture (8±0.32%), ash (6.27±0.08%), total solids (92±0.14%), water extractives…

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    3.2.4.1 Proximate Analysis Proximate analysis is done to determine the moisture content, total ash, crude fat, crude protein, crude fiber and total carbohydrate of each mayonnaise samples with different grape seed extract percentages. 3.2.4.1.1 Moisture Content The moisture contents of mayonnaise samples with different grape seed extract percentages are determined by air oven drying according to the official AOAC method 930.15 (2003) with a slight modification (Babajide & Olatunde, 2010). First…

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    B Sridhar et al (2012) studied Purification and Characterization of Biosurfactants. The emulsifications of biosurfactants were checked in various oils such as olive, coconut, sunflower and rice bran oils, the emulsification activity of biosurfactants. Pseudomonas aeruginosa had higher emulsification activity than Saccharomyces cerevisiae. While checking the sugar and lipid content in biosurfactants by phenol sulphuric acid method and vanillin reagent method, found high in Pseudomonas aeruginosa…

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    Eosin methyl blue (EMB) agar and MacConkey broth w/neutral red, HiMedia Laboratories Pvt. Ltd. India for coliform; Plate count agar, HiMedia Laboratories Pvt. Ltd. India for TPC; Potato dextrose agar, HiMedia Laboratories Pvt. Ltd. India for yeast & mold testing. Methyl Red Indicator, MERCK, India; Iodin, Qualigens, India; Methyl Orange, Qualigens, India; Ferroin Indicator Sol, MERCK, India; Glycerol, Qualigens, India; Methylene Blue , Qualigens, India; Oil emersion, MERK, India; Christal…

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    Introduction We are testing the affect of substances on bread mould growth. The question we’re hoping to carry out is what antiseptic and cleaning substances would have on the effect of the growth of bread mould. And whether it would inhibit the mould, increase the growth of the mould or have no effect at all. Hypothesises: it is expected that antiseptic substances such as Jik, Mr Muscle and Handy Andy will inhibit the growth of fungi, as these antiseptic substances will effectively stop the…

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