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In addition, it would form the platform for future research, including the development of nano-laminated coatings to encapsulate, protect and deliver other food components--flavors.
An alternative to milling ferric iron is to encapsulate a ferrous compound in digestible shells that prevent changes in salt color or chemistry, Diosady says.
P retained C to remove or encapsulate the asbestos-containing materials in the basement and first and second levels of the addition.
If you enclose it you normally don't encapsulate it first," Leitner added.
I once attended a seminar where the guest speaker was a hot-runner specialist who thanked us in the audience for our continued support of his children's college fund through our steady tendency to encapsulate manifold wiring and other delicate components with flash.