17O


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17OOxygen-17
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Pubanz et al., "Structural and dynamic parameters obtained from 17O NMR, EPR, and NMRD studies of monomeric and dimeric Gd3+ complexes of interest in magnetic resonance imaging: an integrated and theoretically self-consistent approach," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
The Pentagon operates more then 17o golf courses worldwide.
The mercury reached a balmy 17o Celsius (63o F) on Tuesday of this WEEK and that left Huddersfield warmer than sunspots LIKE Madrid or Athens.
The IFE in each seat will also have 17O TV screens, as well as privacy screens for added privacy.
Despite offering big names in the political world such as Charles Krauthammer and George Will, the Washington Post News Service & Syndicate's biggest surprise growth with a relative newcomer, Esther Cepeda, whose column now appears in nearly 17o newspapers nationwide.
The company said that the initial tests with an electro-submersible artificial lift yielded an average crude oil production of 630 barrels of oil per day (BOD) of 17o API and a water cut of 39%.
(2002) 17O ENDOR detection of a solvent-derived Ni-(OHx)-Fe bridge that is lost upon activation of the hydrogenase from Desulfovibrio gigas.
Cabras ciclicas, que foram submetidas a uma condicao climatica estressante (37[degrees]C de temperatura ambiente e 35% de umidade relativa) a partir do 8o ate o 17o dia de gestacao, apresentaram aumento da concentracao plasmatica de prostaglandina [F.sub.2[alpha]].
Women's circulating testosterone levels reflect both production and clearance rates, and only 17o to 2% of testosterone in the circulation is unbound, or free, testosterone.
17O NMR studies on (E) -3-arylidenechromanone and -flavanone, Pharmazie, 33: 378.