Intertek s procedure is based on both OECD and ECHA Guidelines and includes a selection of methods appropriate to each sample including microscopy, electron microscopy, water solubility and particle size determination (sieving, Laser Scattering / Diffraction) to determine particle size distribution for respirable / inhalable particles as noted in EUR 20268 EN (2002).
What does WS stand for?
WS stands for Water Solubility
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Unfortunately SB-3CT has poor water solubility and poor drug-like properties.
The applications of random coil SF were limited due to highly water solubility of this form.
Two companies claim to have achieved a long-sought goal by launching vinyl alcohol-based thermoplastics that are injection moldable and extrudable while retaining the water solubility and biodegradability of polyvinyl alcohol (PVOH).
Among the material's important properties, Soarus says, are biodegradability; water solubility at room temperature; the fact that it is non-foaming when dissolved in water; "outstanding" gas barrier; high clarity; and extrudability with a wide melt-temperature-processing window.
Magnetite and magnets increase water solubility and drop surface tension, improving hydration, nutrient assimilation, and waste elimination.
The combination of large scale use, high water solubility and only minor biodegradability has now resulted in a significant gasoline oxygenate contamination occurring in surface, ground, and drinking water systems.
9781933762159 The Yaws handbook of properties for environmental and green engineering; adsorption capacity, water solubility, Henry's law constant.