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 What Is Alkaline Hydrolysis?

Answer Alkaline hydrolysis is a water-based chemical process using a strong alkali in water at temperatures of up to 180 degrees centigrade (350 degrees Fahrenheit) to decompose or reduce flesh or meat to... Read More »
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What amperage produces hydrogen best for hydrolysis?

On One Hand: Using 5 Amps Per Cubic Centimeter WorksAt 5 amperage (amp) per cubic centimeter of water, hydrogen separates at a 93 percent efficiency. This results in expending 42 kilowatt hours of ... Read More »
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Is hydrolysis chemical or mechanical weathering?

Hydrolysis is a type of chemical weathering that occurs when water meets the surface of a mineral. The ions found in water react with the ions present on the mineral to create a new compound on the... Read More »
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