Noun(1) a surface-active chemical widely used in industry and laundering(2) a cleansing agent that differs from soap but can also emulsify oils and hold dirt in suspension
Adjective(1) having cleansing power
(1) As shown in a recent modeling of another membrane protein detergent molecules rearrange to form a fused micelle around the protein and in our case they adapt to the irregular surface of the monomer better than phospholipids.(2) Using a stiff long handled brush, scrub stain with concentrated detergent suds.(3) Wash removable glass shelves and plastic parts in warm detergent solution, rinse and wipe dry.(4) Water is a fabulous cleaning agent, but it's even better when tiny nanoscale particles, such as detergent surfactants, are dispersed in it.(5) In dry foam cleaning a detergent solution is whipped into foam and applied to the carpet.(6) A gasoline detergent is a lot like a household detergent, helping to prevent any harmful deposit build-up.(7) For example, LH1 - RC complexes are much more unstable in detergent solution than LH2 complexes.(8) Another agreed upon fact is that it is extremely important to rinse away every last drop of detergent residue from your hair.(9) For a cheap window cleaner try this mixture: combine 4 tablespoons rubbing alcohol with 1/2 teaspoon liquid detergent in 4 cups water.(10) The question of whether or not the static deformation is representative for the structure of LH2 in detergent solution or in membranes remains to be answered.(11) As MII can activate transducin in detergent solution, specific lipid molecules are probably not important for this function.(12) During stage I, detergent molecules partition between the aqueous buffer and the bilayer forming detergent-doped liposomes.(13) Puzzles can be created by saving cardboard packaging from cereal boxes, detergent boxes, soda cartons, etc.(14) Or use a soft scrub brush and a detergent / water solution to remove all dirt and grime.(15) Dust control strategies include the use of an all-purpose cleaner or detergent solution to wipe or mop the floors, walls and horizontal surfaces of lead-contaminated dwellings.(16) A lower level of detergent may cause a buildup of deposits on critical engine parts.
(1) liquid detergent :: yokuwasha ketshezi
1. detersive ::
2. cleaner ::
3. cleanser ::
4. cleaning agent ::
5. soap ::
6. soap powder ::
7. dish soap ::
8. soap flakes ::
Different Formsdetergent, detergents
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