c18

AcronymDefinition
C18Combat 18
c18International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
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This combination of anthropogenic and biogenic origin was supported by the major hydrocarbon index (MH) that was varied from C18 indicated oily samples [19], C17 described as important components in different types of algae (both macro and micro-algae) [22, 24] and C26 that suggests probable bacterial contamination [17].
Inherent C18 Diacid is the most recent addition to our growing line of bio-based commercial products that can provide our customers with high-performance solutions for their markets," says Elevance CEO K'Lynne Johnson.
The ACQUITY UPLC CSH130 C18 and XSelect HPLC CSH130 C18 Columns set a new standard in the analysis and purification of peptides for the quality of information generated by UPLC and UPLC/MS assays.
In the meanwhile, take a look at the technical specifications of C18, C21, C22, C24, C27, C30:
25 wt% the effect of unmodified CNT on modulus has been marginal, but the f-CNT causes a drop in the modulus, and the effect is more pronounced in the C18 f-CNT, when compared with phenol f-CNT.
The mixture's first component contains a-sulfofatty acid methyl esters derived from a natural fat or oil, while the second component is comprised of a-sulfofatty acid methyl esters comprising predominantly C16, C18, or C16 and C18 chain lengths.
The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle - C18 (PSLV-C18) blasted off from here at 11.
The initial reaction, using a traditional Agilent ZORBAX Eclipse Plus C18, 4.
On average, 55% of the FAs from RBCs produced by methylene chloride--methanol extraction were C16 and C18 saturated acids (Figure 3).
Caterpillar has announced new high-performance ratings for its C18 and C32 diesels used in pleasure craft applications.
With respect to insects, studies of the biology and biochemistry of fatty acids have offered new insights, such as the de novo biosynthesis of C18 and C20 PUFAs (Stanley-Samuelson et al.