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compound (something) with (something else)

To add something to something else; to combine things. That protein powder tastes so bad that I have to compound it with something else.
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compound something with something

to unite some substance with another; to mix something with something else. Can this unpleasant medicine be compounded with something to make it palatable?
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If the color of the prepared core containing the vein reduction compound is different in the core storage area, the material may or may not be present at the desired concentration.
Compounders, mixers, and mixing systems for the preparation of plasticized PVC dry blends and rigid PVC compounds, color concentrates, surface coatings, thermoplastic resins, and acrylic and epoxy powder coatings.
The compounds used in this study were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich (Milwaukee, WI) and include chrysin (purity > 97%), phloretin (> 95%), kaempferol (> 95%), galangin (95%), naringenin (95%), genistein (98%), quercetin (99%), myricetin (95%), cantharidin (98%), luteolin (> 90%), baicalein (98%), daidzein (> 95%), emodin (> 90%), apigenin (> 90%), and diosmin (95%).
This compound was found in the leach tests of two binder systems as well.
However, recently it has been shown that some compounds, including p,p'-DDE, are devoid of action at the ER, but block signaling mediated by the androgen receptor (Kelce et al.
When a calibration standard was available for the compound, an A or a B will be present.
In the course of our measurement effort, one interesting question was raised: Are rubber compounds softer at elevated temperatures?
Separately, researchers led by Agnelli and supported by Lilly compared that company's new compound with enoxaparin in 511 European and Australian volunteers who were undergoing hip or knee replacements.
Although PCB concentrations have been previously measured in umbilical cord plasma, this is the first study to examine HO-PCBs and other phenolic compounds in that medium.
the conventional capillary rheometer measurements for the compound series containing 55 parts by volume of N650.
"Humans are very sensitive to this compound," says Denis De Keukeleire of Ghent University in Belgium.
Allied Resins got the contract to reprocess and compound all the plastic coatings that Western Electric had stripped from used wire--five or six railcars a month of black cable scrap.
Fifty years ago, the Australian clover, Trifolium subterranean L., was identified as the source of a feminizing compound responsible for impaired sexual performance in rams and a 70% reduction in lambing (43).
The research report provides analysis and information according to arsenical compounds market segmented into nature, application, and packaging type.
An 85-year-old vial of oil from a whaling ship has revealed that a mysterious group of organic chemicals resembling human-made compounds are naturally produced in the sea.