Tridodecylamine and its hydrochloride salt: an organo-soluble buffer for subtilisin Carlsberg in non-polar organic solvents
Harper, N.; Moore, B. D.; Halling, P. J.
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
Solubility of Tridodecylamine in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide
Kaboudvand, M.; Ghaziaskar, H.S.
Extraction equilibria of picolinic acid from aqueous solution by tridodecylamine (TDA)
Tuyun, A. F.; Uslu, H.
Comparative Equilibrium Studies for Citric Acid by Amberlite LA-2 or Tridodecylamine (TDA)
Bayazit, S.S.; Uslu, H.; Inci, I.
Peculiarities of the Synergistic Solvent Extraction of Lanthanides with Mixtures of Chelating Extractants and Tridodecylamine
Dukov, I. L.; Misheva, M. N.
Influence of the Amine Salt Anion on the Synergic Solvent Extraction of Praseodymium with Mixtures of Chelating Extractants and Tridodecylamine
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Linear Solvation Energy Relationship Modeling and Kinetic Studies on Reactive Extraction of Succinic Acid by Tridodecylamine Dissolved in MIBK
A Study on Glutaric Acid Extraction by Tridodecylamine: Equilibria and Models
Uslu, H.; Inci, I.
Site-Selective Adsorption of Benzoic Acid Using an Assembly of Tridodecylamine as the Molecular Template
Lei, S.-B.; Wang, C.; Fan, X.-L.
Solid-contact pH-selective electrode using multi-walled carbon nanotubes
Rius, F.; Gugsa, Derese; Macho, Santiago
A solid-state pH transducer fabricated from a self-plasticized methacrylic-acrylic membrane for potentiometric acetylcholine chloride biosensor
Hasbullah, S.; Ahmad, M.; Heng, L.
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