- Liquid extraction quotient
LXQ (Liquid eXtraction Quotient) is a unit that defines the properties of a solid-liquid
coagulation, specifically measuring the energy required to separate no less than 90% of the solid from the liquid, per 1 newtonianunit of mass. The precise details of this method is the commercially sensitive property of MonsantoCompany; they have not released any technical information to the wider scientific community.
Monsanto, LXQ is used in the research and development of effective new spill-proof delivery devices for certain types of chemicals and pesticides.
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