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The GC total ion flowchart and the odor time--intensity spectrum under scheme A (a standard environment) of particleboard coated with nitrocellulose lacquer tested by GC-MS/O are shown in Figure 3.
In 1888 Alfred Nobel, who'd used nitroglycerin to develop dynamite a dozen years earlier, patented a process using nitroglycerin to help gelatinize nitrocellulose, and his Ballistite became the first "double-based" gun powder.
Two cellulose based additives were chosen: Nitrocellulose E400 (DOW Europe, Switzerland) and cellulose acetate butyrate (CAB-551-0.2) (Eastman, The Netherlands).
Nitrocellulose membrane was cut into a 3 x 5cm piece and then 5l of purified NS1 antigen was spotted on the membrane and then it was allowed to dry.
A representative SEM photograph of PF8-K[C.sub.8]-[H.sub.2]O-SDS-rins is shown in Figure 7(a), wherein it can be seen that the PF8-K[C.sub.8]-[H.sub.2]O-SDS-rins was reflected the scabrous geometry of nitrocellulose membrane filter and appeared to be soft.
"We have seen an unrelenting elevation of costs on raw materials such as nitrocellulose, which has a price increase of over 15 percent announced for July 1 based on a 32 percent increase for cellulose, the base feedstock.
Bands transferred to the nitrocellulose membrane were detected using primary and secondary antibody by formation of antigen antibody complex.
Some quick experiments suggested that conditions favoring passive capillary transfer of proteins from a gel to a nitrocellulose paper replica were slow, were inefficient, and produced unacceptable band spreading.
A nitrocellulose membrane (BioRad, Richmond, CA) was cut to fit the top of a 96-well plate and 1 [micro]L of the OMCs sample (0.21-0.84 [micro]g) was carefully placed as a dot on the membrane in a position corresponding to the center of each well.
Shortly after French chemist Theophile Jule Pelouze nitrated cotton in 1838 and created the world's first batch of nitrocellulose, potential users recognized that it could be a dangerously unreliable explosive.
After escaping the guard, the culprit torched barrels of nitrocellulose, telling the others: "This burns really well."
Over the years the chemical composition of Cordite (58 percent nitroglycerine; 37 percent nitrocellulose; 5 percent mineral jelly) was only changed slightly, and its physical appearance very little.