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botulinum, the scientists took into account a number of variables, including the effects and interactions of temperature, pH, sodium chloride content, sodium pyrophosphate and sodium lactate concentration.
Materials and Methods Sodium pyrophosphate (98 % purity, lot no 1567 )Acetone ( lot no SC4F540157) and used were purchased from Loba chemicals.
5, 5 mmol/L sodium pyrophosphate, and 10 mmol/L dithiothreitol (DTT) in a volume of 500 [micro]L.
however, utilizes sodium pyrophosphate to whiten the teeth and sells the product at a much lower price.
Also, the use of salt and sodium pyrophosphate in meat can help L.
USDA-ARS scientists assessed the effects and interactions of temperatures of 12 C to 42 C, sodium chloride content (0% to 3%) and sodium pyrophosphate concentration (0% to 0.
Researchers assessed the effects and interactions of temperature (12 C to 42 C), sodium chloride content (0% to 3%) and sodium pyrophosphate concentration (0% to 0.