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 »

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 »

What is the difference between high definition and very high definition tv?

High definition television is defined by the HDTV standards of 1080 line and 720 line images. Any image format that uses these line counts is regarded as HD. 1080i (interlaced image) and 1080p (pro... Read More »

How does high definition differ from standard definition?

The picture is much better, you can see the news readers eye lashes.