Meaning of extractability in English:


Pronunciation /ɛkstraktəˈbɪlɪti/


See extract

‘The degree of extractability, as it were, depends on the type of data extracted.’
  • ‘Juicy fruit possessed pectin of greater extractability than mealy fruit, with high amounts of loosely bound polyuronides and low amounts of tightly bound pectin.’
  • ‘The extractability of beef, pork, and chicken muscle with post-mortem aging was studied.’
  • ‘In general, increasing the drying temperature led to an increase in the extractability of Cr and Cu for all three extraction methods.’