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MHI licensed its CO2 capture technology to Mitsubishi Chemical Engineering Corporation, which handles engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of the new liquefied carbonic acid gas production facilities.
The global glaucoma therapeutics market segmentation is based on drug class (alpha agonist, beta blockers, carbonic anhydrase inhibitor, cholinergic, combined medication, prostaglandin analogs), end users (ambulatory surgical centers, hospitals, ophthalmic clinics).
The carbonic anhydrases (CA), members of the zinc metalloprotein family, are enzymes which catalyze the interconversion of carbon dioxide and water to bicarbonate and hydrogen ions.
Although it has been shown that the metalloenzyme carbonic anhydrase (CA) is involved in molluscan and cnidarian biomineralization processes, no study has examined the expression of biomineralization genes in serpulids (Miyamoto et al.
Carbonic acid (H2CO3) is a good example of a weak acid, which does not readily associate.
Acetazolamide is an enzyme inhibitor that acts on carbonic anhydrase specifically and catalyzes the reversible reaction of hydration of carbon dioxide and dehydration of carbonic acid.
Blood tests showed that the lowzinc diet lowered the men's stores of the mineral, and diminished the activity of the carbonic anhydrase enzymes in their red blood cells.
Results from this study provides basis for the prediction and forecast of the mine pressure on the working face of underneath carbonic coal strata as well as the analysis of pressure strength.
14 February 2014 - US industrial gases producer and supplier Matheson Tri-Gas Inc said it had bought domestic dry ice and liquid carbon dioxide specialist Continental Carbonic Products Inc (CCPI), for an unrevealed amount.
The team's investigation of beer bottle-fluid interactions demonstrated that the cavitation-induced break-up of larger "mother" bubbles creates clouds of very small carbonic gas "daughter bubbles," which grow and expand much faster than the larger mother-bubbles from which they split.