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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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This observation was confirmed by similar tests of other rubber compounds.
The scientists found 11 of the organic compounds in the whale oil.
During the drug discovery process, systems will screen a huge chemical library, consisting of anywhere from one hundred thousand to one million chemical compounds, in order to search for chemical compounds effective in drug creation.
They incubated the tissue for 90 minutes in a solution containing musk compounds and the fluorescent dye rhodamine B.
Peplin will continue research with Professor Ferrante's team at WCH, together with Peplin's international collaborators in Australia, Europe and the USA to identify the most promising lead compounds for commercial drug development.
In order to meet the goal of vein reduction or elimination, the selected vein reduction compounds must produce a high quality casting with sufficient economics for profitability.
The compound comprises the CD56-targeting antibody, huN901, and the potent cell-killing agent, DM1.
complex dynamic viscosity measurements from the RPA for compounds based on 20 different types of elastomers loaded with 25 parts by volume of N660 carbon black.
Includes resins, compounds, film, sheet, and stock shapes.
A host of other compounds contributes secondary flavors, such as banana or pear, and are present in amounts approaching or just above the detection concentration.
This study further investigates a series of phytochemicals and their AhR agonist/antagonist activities; the compounds include the flavonoids chrysin, phloretin, kaempferol, galangin, naringenin, genistein, quercetin, myricetin, luteolin, baicalein, daidzein, apigenin, and diosmin, as well as cantharidin and emodin (in herbal extracts).
Initial sampling of groundwater around the four landfills in the spring of 1986 indicated no compounds above the reported detection limit of 1 ppb.
We are launching our new Neowater - Solubilization Service as our response to requests from customers for us to help them overcome a very painful technological barrier and allow them to solvate their difficult-to-solvate, hydrophobic compounds without organic solvents.
On the other hand, polymeric materials, such as rubber or rubber compounds, do not proportionately increase their shear stress with a given rise in applied shear rate.
At least eight new developments are pushing specialty thermoplastic compounds into higher levels of performance and opening up new areas of potential applications.